Caption Contest – Mar 27, 2008 24 By Jeff Bacon on March 27, 2008 Caption contest (Blow up) What’s the caption? Send us your ideas by midnight Tuesday – the winner gets free stuff and the orginal artwork! Share. Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email
After 18 months of waiting, Airman Smith finally receives the 18 cent bolt to repair the $500,000 turbine.
When Airman Hulse gets royally ‘screwed’, he decides its probably time to ‘bolt’.
Yup, it’s going to be one of “those” days……..
Just then the Airman couldn’t remember if it was “Lefty tighty” or “Righty tighty”.
As a kid AN Jones didn’t worry so much about “parts left over”, now, however, he was rather concerned.
An all new meaning to the phrases,”Totally screwed!” and “Time to bolt!”
“Well hey there little guy. What are you doing here in this big machine all alone? You know what…….I think I’m gonna keep you! Yep, definitely, I’m gonna do it! Come on, I’ll introduce you to my family!”
Sent via email by GSM2 Gregoire on March 27, 2008 at 7:56 pm:
Do I tell chief, or do I want liberty in 10 minutes?
Airman Jones watches his practical joke unfold after placing an extra bolt in Airman Smith’s working parts bin.
It’s OK to have extra parts…right?
I hope I can figure out where this goes before The Chief finds out about it.
The Chief is NOT going to like this.
Ensign Jones’ first day in Engineering was not shaping up too well.
I sure hope this is the Joke that every newbie has played on him.
Pleased with his new time machine, Jeff wondered if by sending the little bolt back in time, would it really effect the delicate fabric of time and space in our universe?
Step 3 of 5,206: Install 3 inch bolt.
At times like this, AN Basel can’t imagine having a uniform without pockets.
It never fails. I always end up with spare parts!
“Where does this bolt go again?”
I don’t think that anyone will notice that this is missing!
….. I LOVE IT when they put extra parts in these things….. just a couple more and i can finish my own B 52!!!!
Let’s see: part A goes to part B and part B goes to part C. So what H— is this part?
Wow, the tech manual said they were suitable substitutes.