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Caption Monkey 1: Balls of Steel.

(Yes, this was on Neatorama before)

Yay! I'm happy to announce a new collaboration with Ape Lad's Hobotopia: a weekly caption contest where the funniest caption wins a free monkey drawing!

Contest rule is simple: one caption per comment, make it funny but please keep it civil. You can submit as many comments as you'd like.

Funniest caption will receive a free monkey drawing - you name the monkey, and Ape Lad will draw you one (for example: the Neatorama Monkey and the whole Monkey! set at Flickr). If you don't win, but still want a monkey, you can buy one directly from him (it's worth it!)

Update 7/16/07: Congratulations to Jani #113 for the winning entry:

Never wear steel cap shoes in a battle against a monk, who is wearing an assmagnet.

To prevent them to be stolen, the Hong-Kong city has disguised their automatic street shoe shine cleaners in shaolin monks. Here, Our Mayor, M. Chang, tests the first prototype.
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"What was that you were doing there?"
Called 'crane technique.'
"Does it work?"
If do right, no can defense.
"Could you teach me?"
First learn stand, then learn fly.
Nature rule, Daniel-san.
Not mine.
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Washington DC: In a rare visit to our nation's capital, the Dali Lama's younger brother one-ups his grand master by showing off his highly honed skill of regenerating late-50s era James Browns with his own nuts.
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Due to the steady decline of Buddhists in America, the Shaolin Monks have decided to launch a campaign that highlights the more "badass" side of total enlightenment.
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After over 20 years of painful practice (and watching the "Karate Kid"), the low-level Thai functionary is finally able to try out the "crane kick" on the nearest Shaolin monk.
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Herb, always known as a prankster, took the practical joking a litle too far when he convinced the visitng monks of the new "Official Greeting" of the California Assembly.
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They knew their computers were old, but it wasn't until they asked a Geek Squad technician to "reboot the Abbot's Wang" that they decided they really ought to upgrade.
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