1/29/11

Any Ideas for a Caption?

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To start off:
HAIRSTYLE: They say that hairstyles affect how young you look.  But he went too far.

1/27/11

Unusual Name

Setting: Brother D meets someone new at an gathering...

Brother D: Hi, what's your name?

Friend P: My name is Pu.

Brother D: Pu?  Did you say Pu?

Friend P: Yeah.. that's my name.

Brother D: Ha ha ha... that's so unfortunate!  Oh man!  ha ha ha ha

Friend P: [reads Brother D's nametag] And your name is... Dung.

1/15/11

History Patient: Rosa Parks

Brother J is trying to find out where the New Student Welcome Night is, and hears that it's in the Rosa Parks Room.

He asks, "Hey, so where exactly is this park?"

1/13/11

Timmy Tung

Here's a video of Tim Tung from Hsinchu, Taiwan. We miss you Andy, Amy and Timmy!

1/11/11

Old Lady

Setting: A group of sisters are shopping at Target for Angel Tree gifts, one of which is a wallet for a 10-year-old girl.
Sister J: I like this wallet! It's cute and looks like something a 10-year-old will like.

Sister C: No, let's get something simpler, like this black one (indicating a wallet on display).

Sister D:  No way!  That looks like it belongs to an old lady! (indicating wallet Sister J is holding).

Sister J: Um...this is mine.

1/7/11

English Patient: Holy Huddle

While discussing the importance of not remaining comfortable within a churched circle of friends, English Patient Friend commented strongly, "Yeah. This shouldn't be a holy cuddle."

1/5/11

Spellcheck

submitted by Matt

Here’s an email that was sent out:

Hey guys, I am going to invite E and C and their house guys over for dinner this coming Money.  Let me know if you see a potential problem. Thanks.

1/3/11

Geography Patient

submitted by Sarah from Davis
Setting: Sister K comes back from a family vacation in Hawaii..
Sister K: Hi, I missed everyone!
Sister N: Welcome back to America!
Sister K: Hawaii is part of America.
A few minutes later...
Sister K: I brought back some boxes chocolate for everyone.
Sister N: Oh!  What kind of currency do they use over there?
Sister K: U.S. dollars.

1/1/11

Happy New Year!

Happy new year, everyone.  Let’s thank God for the amazing things that He did in 2010 and look toward year 2011 with a sense of renewed anticipation.