Thursday, February 26, 2009

Caption this photo... (#6)


Knock yourselves out, dear readers. I need help with this one...

13 comments:

Mister Earl said...

After seven Tour de France victories, Lance decided to start an escort service.

(Actually, I've used this lock service many times over the years, the most recent when OSH told me they didn't have a key that fit my door, although I'd bought one there just a few weeks earlier.)

Judy Williams said...

Come on Yak, weave us a tale. I'm completely blank today. :~)

dbdubya said...

Used storefront, needs TLC. Free to a good home. Inquire within.

Yakpate said...

The scaly, crumbling facade of this building is a cover. At night, when everyone in the area is sleeping, the vampire angels who appear and disappear through this convergence point light their lamps, clink their crystal, and make their plans bathed in radiance.

Vampire angels are those who were sent by heaven to oversee innocent children. Upon arriving on earth and seeing through their angel eyes how children have become the prey of the sick and twisted among us, the protector angels became avenging angels and refused to return to heaven. Now, to help the children they love, they prowl to find the human predators, and drain them of the energy they misuse.

God believes in free will, so he allows the vampire angels to do their thing. But he keeps sending them angel messages, always with the same words:

"On earth, as it is in heaven."

Cafe Pasadena said...

When you come to So Pasa 4 your vacation you must visit some of the ruins of the old city.

Virginia said...

What does Yakpate smoke? I want some. I am so sorely unimaginative all I could come up with is ....
"Open, but not".

BTW, my post has Laurie written all over it today.
Bring Yakpate with you .
V

Laurie said...

I want some of whatever Yak is on, too!

Vampire angels? And to think, I believed people would equate this image to a bad economy...

:-)

Michael said...

Open 24 hours...but it's up to you to figure out which 24 hours!

San Diego Farmgirl said...

I would like to entitle this photo

"R Turns 18"

*sigh* I am soooo glad I moved to the Westside. I can't imagine why anybody would live in South Pas, it is SO FREAKIN BORING!!!!

altadenahiker said...

Armstrong: We're happy to help you out, we're just not happy to have you in.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

I liked you better when you were a greek restaurant.

Laurie said...

Hi everyone,

Mister Earl, when I jumped in earlier I was so overtaken by Yak's vampires, I didn't respond to your Lance Armstrong scenario. That really cracked me up.

Cafe, I like your take on it, too.

Pasadena Adjacent, this really would be a good spot for a Greek restaurant. Wait, was there actually one there at some point? The Armstrongs sign looks like it's been around since Ancient Greece. (I love that sign, by the way.)

Michael, that's great!

Altadenahiker, I get that feeling, too. And here I thought it was just me... :-)

Farmgirl, you snarkmeister. West side? Ha!

Dbdubya, I've debated about whether or not I would like this corner as much if it were renovated. I kinda like the run-down, peeling paint. But then again, I'm weird like that.

Judy, since when don't you play along!?

And V, girl, I hope you read my comment on your blog. How could I not get creative when you are playing my favorite game?

This is a fun game too, kiddos. Thanks for the cool captions. Sometimes, I just draw a blank. (Especially if it's too late at night and my child has been in full-on fuss mode...)

Until tomorrow!

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