Caption Competition; It's a bit sick but quite funny

Don't you just hate it when you have a lull in the day when there is nothing going on? That happened to me today, and I don't handle inactivity very well.

All my work activity was suspended for an hour whilst my computer tried to 'recover' itself following a dodgy Microsoft update. [Note to Bill Gates; why don't you spend some of your gazillion dollar fortune fixing bugs in your operating system? And while you are at it, you could invest in a trendy pair of glasses, fake tan, and a spikey hairdo. Yeh, that'd be good.]

Anyway, back to me having time on my hands. I hunted around the house (a bit like a rabid dog but with less foam in my mouth) for something to keep me busy, and as luck would have it, I stumbled upon a dolls-house that Izzy had been playing with the day before.

'Bloody hell!' I thought to myself, 'that dolls-house is perfect fodder for a caption competition.'

So, after a bit of jiggery-pokery, I came up with this................................

Pic.No.1. Caption Competition Number One (click on picture to enlarge)

Because I am a person who is proud of my handiwork, I am looking forward to all your creative captions about my profound masterpiece. But you need to be aware that I like to operate on a multi-dimensional level. Not sure what it means, but it makes me feel brainy. So please look at my creation carefully. 


P.S. The winner will be interviewed and will have a blog post written about them. [Note to self: is that actually an incentive?]

Annie (Lady M) x

Anne Dickens | The day after yesterday


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