Look at the photo, and try to produce a fitting title for it, then write it in a space below (if you want with your name or alias/username - so you can get credit!) or in the comments below so a moderator can add it. Happy captioning!
Winner: Mr Spencer, on the run from police after committing robbery at the local pet shop for Bonio dog biscuits, turns around to flash a cheeky smile at reporters before proceeding with his getaway.
Winner: Miss Morris tried to take a photo of the lanky fossil... but the bird skeleton was distracting
Unsure how to play or looking for inspiration? Have a look through some of the examples from the old BRGS Wiki's caption game below!
"Having blown that year's Geography budget on Bonio dog biscuits, Mr Spencer set about making a spanky new television for room 56." Luke Bramwell
"Having heard Michael Winner telling him to calm down because its a commercial, he proceeds to greet his mother, who quickly runs away." 184.108.40.206 10:54, 11 February 2007 (UTC)
"Mr Spencer was amused for hours by the small rectangle of black plastic. Thinking it was a window, he shouted out of it at some kids playing football near his room and disturbing the lesson" (a memory from my year 12 days) - Chris
"Mr Spencer 'accidentally' frames himself when a student 'just happens' to be holding up a camera" - Jonny
"Mr Spencer wonders how stupid he can make himself look with a small black rectangle" - Nikki
"And for my next trick, I'm going to make the border of the 'city' disappear too! Everyone say the magic word; altogether now... Superclastifrageruptic-Diversifification!" - Glabrata
"Mum, look I am on telly" Gordo
"NO, ITS NOT WHAT YOU THINK, IVE BEEN FRAMED! FRAMED I TELL YOU!"mod
The students beg Mr. Spencer to take away the photo as they wish to see the real face of the man who has been teaching them for the past four weeks.Tar7arus 17:30, 7 February 2007 (UTC)
[In Bill Oddie voice] And here we have the native Mr Spencer trying to remake the Canon adverts for television Lamby 19:51, 9 February 2007 (UTC)
Miss Bowden is unimpressed upon finishing her 20km pink-parachute jump after forgetting to remove the inconveniently placed top-box; thus failing to drop in through the sunroof and make a stylish drive-off exit. Onlooking sixth-formers who were just about to wrap up her car in a similar material look confused and bewildered. - David
"dresses are not to be used to wash cars!"- pauline
"If any of you scruffy waster bums so much as look at my car and its decorative shawl, I'll skin you alive with this finger right here" (Proclaimed the mighty Bowden) - L
"If anyone dares suggest that this is my pink underwear then you'll out of here as fast as you can say 'ACETYLSERYLTYROSYLSERYLISOLEUCYLTHREONYLSERYLPROLYLSERYLGLUTAMINYLPHENYLALANYLVALYLPHENYLALANYLLEUCYLSERYL SERYLVALYLTRYPTOPHYLALANYLASPARTYLPROLYLISOLEUCYLGLUTAMYLLEUCYLLEUCYLASPARAGINYLVALYLCYSTEINYLTHREONYLSERYL SERYLLEUCYLGLYCYLASPARAGINYLGLUTAMINYLPHENYLALANYLGLUTAMINYLTHREONYLGLUTAMINYLGLUTAMINYLALANYLARGINYLTHREON YLTHREONYLGLUTAMINYLVALYLGLUTAMINYLGLUTAMINYLPHENYLALANYLSERYLGLUTAMINYLVALYLTRYPTOPHYLLYSYLPROLYLPHENYLALAN YLPROLYLGLUTAMINYLSERYLTHREONYLVALYLARGINYLPHENYLALANYLPROLYLGLYCYLASPARTYLVALYLTYROSYLLYSYLVALYLTYROSYLARGI NYLTYROSYLASPARAGINYLALANYLVALYLLEUCYLASPARTYLPROLYLLEUCYLISOLEUCYLTHREONYLALANYLLEUCYLLEUCYLGLYCYLTHREONYLPH ENYLALANYLASPARTYLTHREONYLARGINYLASPARAGINYLARGINYLISOLEUCYLISOLEUCYLGLUTAMYLVALYLGLUTAMYLASPARAGINYLGLUTAMIN YLGLUTAMINYLSERYLPROLYLTHREONYLTHREONYLALANYLGLUTAMYLTHREONYLLEUCYLASPARTYLALANYLTHREONYLARGINYLARGINYLVALYLA SPARTYLASPARTYLALANYLTHREONYLVALYLALANYLISOLEUCYLARGINYLSERYLALANYLASPARAGINYLISOLEUCYLASPARAGINYLLEUCYLVALYL ASPARAGINYLGLUTAMYLLEUCYLVALYLARGINYLGLYCYLTHREONYLGLYCYLLEUCYLTYROSYLASPARAGINYLGLUTAMINYLASPARAGINYLTHREONY LPHENYLALANYLGLUTAMYLSERYLMETHIONYLSERYLGLYCYLLEUCYLVALYLTRYPTOPHYLTHREONYLSERYLALANYLPROLYLALANYLSERINE'"
"Steve had often wondered why his mum was considered someone 'not to be messed with' in the criminal underground" - 220.127.116.11 18:56, 4 November 2006 (GMT Standard Time)
"Now you've wrapped them round my car, I will demonstrate how to wrap a burette around your head" - Chris
"Is it any wonder that some car insurance companies don't want to insure me when I've got morons like you vandalising my automobile?!" - Heskey
After auditing Tom Davies for nearly running him over, Miss Bowden finally realises that she was in the wrong, not him!!! - Unknown
"I swear I wasn't drink driving!" - Tom Davies (That was way unfair when she nearly ran me over and gave me an audit)
"As the other students kept her distracted, the Artful Dominic attempted the back-window break-in attempt."- Nick
"OK, which one of you bastards unpacked my topbox???" Shadybean 23:53, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
"Ticket to party: £5. Suit: £50. Bottle of wine: £7. Watching a teacher get drunk: priceless"
"Wow i must be drunk, Mrs Kennedy is hotter than usual!" - unknown
"This Week on Americas drunkest teachers!" - Kronos 18:25, 29 October 2006 (GMT Standard Time)
"No, no, this isn't mine.. I'm not at a funny angle.. I'm not drunk!!" - Chris
'But in the morning you woke up next to this' -SRN
"The weird thing is, this is actually a Maths lesson..." - Elliot
"Me, the Third Duke of Winchester, working in a 6th Form, with my reputation???" MRW.
"What? I want a little wine with my din dins!" - Heskey
"If this is the standard of BRGS comedy I'll have to start on the hard stuff" Stevens
"No, I'll be needing the whole bottle, Mrs Chapman. This next trick's one that Simon Kroll taught me."
"Hi everybody. I'm 'Simon', and I'm a mathematician." - Glabrata
"I swear, it's blackcurrant..."
The reality of what he had just done with Mrs Gregson had just set in...