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CAPTION CONTEST 15



THE WINNERS


Thanks to all that entered!


1."The wounded private refused his serving until he was sure whether or not the fish soup was Poisson."

2."Jules Child, Bon appétit!" The Original French Chef, Paris 1915 The legendary wartime Chef Child's
recipe for escargot sauteed with wild mushrooms,
blue cheese, and rancid butter was a favorite among French forces during the Great War.
Nicknamed "La grande explosion" for its powerful laxative effect,
it has prevented most soldiers from returning to the front.
The poilu on the floor is having a second helping in hopes of being completely DISCHARGED!"

3."Mon Dieu, the soup cannot be that bad!"

4."Every body. After three, one two three …..a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down, the medicine go down"

5."Oh no, they are carrying Arthur out, and Paul is down. After all we went through,
it seems like our very own "culinary artist" finishes us up!"

6."Well at least you can't see what you just tasted!"

7."Oh my god I have been gassed again."

8."The Soup Du Jour tastes more like The Soup Du Last Month"

9."Soylent Green is people!!!"

10."The 'Domino effect' had its roots on the Western Front in 1916"

11."That’s the last time I’m ever going to volunteer as an extra in any of those Bourne Identity series"

12."we've had more casualties since we got this new cook than since I enlisted ..."

13."If you thought life at the front was bad, wait until you taste Jacques` cassoulet with trench rat confit."

14."Obelix shouldn’t have the magic potion direct from the cauldron"

15."Henri had been "Employee of the Month" three times at the Michelin Tyre factory before being conscripted.
He had an uneasy feeling his "3 Michelin Stars" had been misunderstood when he joined the Regiment and was made head chef......"




THE ENTRIES


"Oh mon dieu je suis gaz à nouveau."

 "Oh my god I have been gassed again."

"Somebody lose a contact?"

"Oh no, they are carrying Arthur out, and Paul is down. After all we went through,
it seems like our very own "culinary artist" finishes us up!"

"Mustard Gastronomy"

"Do you remembair Jean-Paul Skeenair? He caught Ptomanie Poisoning last night aftair Deenair"

"J' ai sit 'poisson' ne pas 'poison'"

"Jules Child, Bon appétit!" The Original French Chef,
Paris 1915 The legendary wartime Chef Child's recipe for escargot sauteed with wild mushrooms,
blue cheese, and rancid butter was a favorite among French forces during the Great War.
Nicknamed "La grande explosion"for its powerful laxative effect, it has prevented most soldiers from returning to the front.
The poilu on the floor is having a second helping in hopes of being completely DISCHARGED!"

"Well at least you can' t see what you just tasted!"

"Mon Dieu, Celestin the cook once again has exaggerated with garlic!"

"The wounded private refused his serving until he was sure whether or not the fish soup was Poisson."

"A soup full of onions and beans was just more tear gas as far as these guys were concerned."

"If you thought life at the front was bad, wait until you taste Jacques` cassoulet with trench rat confit."

"Well, I think my time as battalion's cook has expired, Verdun's furnace awaits me"

"The Jolly Poilu at the back of the queue wasn't feeling so 'Jolly' five minutes later...."

  "The Western Front was pure hell....
bullets, shells, barbed wire, gas and STEW......chef Raynard's 'SPECIAL STEW'...."

  "Unfortunately, chef Pierre had misread the recipe....it called for six Teaspoons of chili powder not six Tablespoons..."

  "'Soup Roulette' was a favourite game on the Western Front."

  "'Brexit stew' was quite unpalatable to some."

  "OK which one is it...cauldron one, two or three, your call?"

  "The 1916 series of Masterchef wasn't a great success...."

  "There were many battles involving the French in WW1:
The Somme, Arras, Passchendaele, La Malmaison, Le Cateau, to name a few,
but one of the most bruising was 'la bataille de la file d'attente du d'jeuner'(The Battle of the Lunch Queue)"

  "A refreshment stop on the last stage of 1916 Tour de France"

  "The 'Domino effect' had its roots on the Western Front in 1916"

"most of us went blind after breakfast...now at lunch...
they're carrying off Pierre and Louis just collapsed...
I thought the French chefs were considered the best in the world"...

  "how did he get so fat eating this slop he serves us?"...

  "since we got this new cook...desertions are at an all time high"...

  "that gruel is the same color as his shirt...not a good sign"...

  "we've had more casualties since we got this new cook than since I enlisted"...

"The rule in this kitchen is, "Don't ask; don't smell."

"Soylent Green is people!!!"

"Every body. After three, one two three …..
a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down, the medicine go down"

  "The citation for the Legion d'honour reads.
Captain Merciers selfless action saved the lives of the entire company when he shot the regimental cook."

  "Sniff sniff, no don't tell me. I'm getting hints of old boot and a pinch of ditch water!"

"We blindfolded these shoppers to see if they could taste
the difference the leading brand of canned soup, our brand or some ordinary trench water"

"Hmmm? maybe I need just a touch more basil"

"At least this bunch won't complain about the dirty silverware"


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