Caption This XXXI!

Dec 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Caption This

The Winner for Caption This-XXX is Vivek Singh for his Caption: “There goes the guy who stole our shirts!”. Congratulations! Your T-shirt will be on its way soon.

If you missed out this time, or you think you could have done better, don’t despair, you still have your chance. Take a good look at the picture for this fortnight, and give it a caption that you think apt. If your caption is the best, you win, and your name will be announced (with a link to your site, if you have one) on the front page of The MAG. Additionally, you also stand to win a “The MAG” T-shirt. So, what are you waiting for, put on your thinking cap and Caption This!

The picture to caption this fortnight is:

(Picture by delhidreams)

Caption the above picture, and if your caption is the best, you could get your name on the front page of The MAG (with a link to your site, if you have one) and you also win a “The MAG” T shirt. The rules for the contest are as follows:
1. Leave your caption as a comment in the box below.
2. Leave your name and your email id, so that we can contact you…if you win, that is.
3. The winner will be chosen only if there are at least five valid entries for the contest.
4. The winner will be chosen by the Editorial body of The MAG, and no disputes in this context will be entertained. And that is all there is to it.



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Caption This is a fortnightly feature on The MAG where the readers get to use their creativity and ingenuity, and add a caption to an interesting image. If you have any original image that you want to see in Caption This, you can email it to . Due credit will be given to the photographer.

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  1. Band darwaza…

  2. Can someone please tell me when i will be able to open my door! About time!

  3. Fading Into Oblivion…

  4. ‘yeh andar ki baat nahi hai

    yeh ”key” andar baat hai’

  5. good ol’ times

  6. “The Home and the World”

  7. ‘Too early’

  8. shabbiness or beauty…beauty or shabbiness…both lie in the eye of the beholder

  9. The Doors – relic of the times gone by and gateway for times yet to come

  10. ‘Standing tall in all storms’

  11. “Intehan ho gayi intezar ki……… “!!!!

  12. Wrinkled, but still a face!

  13. Santa please paint this door

  14. abe saalon is bhootaha kamre ke bhotaha darwaze ke andar mujhe q band kiye ho…

  15. Khul ja sim sim….

  16. I have the key to unlock the door of my dreams.

  17. “Gali ke mod pe soona sa koi darwaza,
    Tarasti aankho se rasta kisi ka dekhega…”

  18. There’s the known and there’s the unknown and in between are the doors.

    Naah thats not by me thats by Jim Morrison, send the t-shirt to him in case he wins it. Couldn’t resist it 😀

  19. Yet another chapter in life – Closed Forever!

  20. When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.

  21. Yes Not The India Gate….But “Indian’s Gate”.

  22. Granpa dont live here no more ..

  23. opportunity

  24. “Stiil the smile whispering inside though cry is the only language today”

  25. tested by time

  26. resourcefull door

  27. Such a shoddy work!!! “Somebody gonna get a hurt real bad” 🙂

  28. I have the key.. searching for the lock now…

  29. hmm.. Where is the bell now..

  30. how can i steal the house if i cannot break the lock…

  31. I interpret it as a deserted house, so: “A body without its soul.”

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