[contests] Endurance caption contest

Advance Reading Copies copies of Endurance (a/k/a Green book 2) have arrived. We all know what that means — a giveaway via caption contest! So I hereby declare another one of those suckers, based on a recent moment of zen photo as suggested by [info]garyomaha. Your challenge is to write a caption that answers the question “What the heck is behind this door, and why is it so very locked?”

First prize will be a personalized, signed copy of the Endurance ARC, as well as the Green trade paperback. Additional prizes to be awarded at my discretion. 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. Please try to limit the length of your entries or they may become truncated in the poll code.


Very locked door, Bonspur, WA. © 2007, 2011, Joseph E. Lake, Jr.

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17 thoughts on “[contests] Endurance caption contest

  1. Mark Siegal says:

    “Next time you lose the deadbolt key, we’re just getting a new door.”

  2. Now where did I leave those door keys?

  3. Jaws says:

    Yet another futile attempt to keep New York politicians from sexual misconduct… it doesn’t block Twitter.

  4. Dratz says:

    After they found happiness,
    they feared she’d go away.
    They built a room around her
    and hoped that there she’d stay.
    Then they feared each other–
    feared one may see her more.
    They each agreed to share her,
    and placed their locks upon the door.

    One lost the key to happiness
    and none saw her anymore.

  5. Trey says:

    So that’s what the back room of the idea store looks like.

  6. Neil Gaiman getting possessive with his BBC-gift replica of the Tardis

  7. Tony Liese says:

    My “precious” is behind that door.

  8. Apparently, she left her chastity belt at the cleaners.

  9. This is the door to the government’s new transparent government policy.

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