[photos|cancer] Caption contest

By request from , a new caption contest! Usual rules apply. I’ll collect captions in comments here (at both jlake.com and jaylake.livejournal.com) until I get bored with it, then build a voting poll, once I’m far enough off opiates to stitch that pseudocode together. Please try to limit the length of your entries or they may become truncated in the poll code.

Prize will be two of my books to the winner (depending on availability), plus, as always, bragging rights. Have fun!

The photo in question:

Nov 26 2009

© 2009 M. Lake, all rights reserved.

14 thoughts on “[photos|cancer] Caption contest

  1. Don Glover says:

    Jay takes his service gold fish for a walk.

  2. Thanks to our bioengineered wool, current opiate levels are shown by the red stripe in the patient’s hat.

  3. John Booth says:

    “Are you sure EVERYONE has to do this to get a Google Wave invite?”

  4. Leigh Ann Hildebrand says:

    “We’re confident that the hat-ectomy will be a success, Mr. Lake. You’ll be able to return to public life in no time!”

  5. Leo Schwab says:

    “I didn’t know House could knit…”

  6. Dinogrl says:

    The painting George Seurat decided not to paint;
    “Sunday in the Hospital with Jay”.

  7. Davros learning to walk as part of Xmas cheer

  8. Deidre says:

    My plan is already working. With a hat this crazy, who could be bothered to notice the rest of this unstylish stuff I’m carting around?

  9. Well, Mr. Lake, with your feeding tube and catheter permanently attached now you shouldn’t have to break from writing to attend to those annoying habits of eating or peeing.

  10. Patrick says:

    “This here is the WriterBot 4000. As you can see the tubes are directly interfaced with my creative organs. This allows me to continually output fiction at several hundred words per hour, even when sleeping. Unfortunately, it still means a drop in my writing output while I recover.”

    or

    “One small step for Jay Lake, one giant leap for…Fuck Cancer.”

  11. Mark Siegal says:

    jay_lake: Catheterized, half-asleep, and bringing home a baby bumblebee with @calendula_witch. Nothing stops me from morning walkies! #fb

  12. Meran says:

    It’s Fashion Week here in Portland, Oregon, and one of our newest, hottest male models is walking the designer’s Pinnacle Achievement in What the Best Dressed Authors wear to debut their most recent, most FABulous Novel! (in this case, The Nacho that Floated on the Lake for a Week)

    I know Jay doesn’t watch Ugly Betty, but some of the rest of you might recognize the reference.
    Meran

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