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Caption This!


Hola, amigos! Even though we haven't announced the winners from the previous contest (check your e-mail, Austin!) it's already time for another round of Caption This.

So here's how this works. I post a picture during Tuesday maintenance. You write a humorous caption for this picture by Friday, June 20 at 11:59 PM EST. It could be a funny description of the situation or a quote that you imagine the characters in the screenshot saying. Examples of previous winners can be found here, here and here. Leave your captions in a comment on this post, and keep it clean. On Friday night, I'll turn off voting so we don't have a situation like last time where one late entry shifts all the numbers over. During the weekend, our team argues, wheedles, and picks the top ten or so finalists. On Monday, we put the top ten up for a public vote in a new post. Voting ends Wednesday, June 25 at 11:59 PM EST. After the voting, we notify the winners. If they respond to our e-mail and confirm that they're eligible to win, we mail out their prizes and write a "winner" post whenever we get both responses. Remember, you only have a couple days to respond to our e-mail, or we may go on and name another winner!

And what are these prizes, you ask? Well, first place winner gets a 60-day game card, worth approximately $30. Second place gets a choice of an I Survived Barrens Chat! or You No Take Candle! t-shirt from J!NX, worth about $20. However, to win you have to be eligible -- and to be eligible, you have to be a U.S. or non-Quebec Canadian resident at least 13 years of age. Sorry, EU and Oceanic readers, but legal restrictions make it near-impossible to include everyone. The official rules for the contest can be found here. Read them or be faced with a wave of attack lawyers!

This picture comes from the official WoW screenshot archives. The slightly larger original can be found here, and yes, that's a human in the middle. Have fun!

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