The picture above was posted on the Mommy Shorts facebook fanpage by a woman named Samantha who was hoping to enter her son Brett (I'll assume Brett is the baby sitting on the right) in next year's Evil Baby Glare-Off.

Unfortunately, Samantha has her facebook privacy settings configured in such a way that I can't comment on the picture to glean more information. 

Like WHAT exactly went down in that tub.

I can't even tell you the name of the equally peeved toddler on the left. 

But I think we can all agree, this is the stuff of which caption contests are made.

So. For the purposes of this post, let's call the toddler "T". Why do we need to name the toddler? Because when you enter your captions below, you are going to need to differentiate between who did/said what. I think the possibilities are much wider open than they first appear.

Captions will be judged by the current Caption Contest Queen, Julie C. Gardner, who will be crowning the new Queen on Friday in a very elaborate ceremony that exists solely in my head. I would invite Samantha but I have no idea how to get in touch with her. If anybody knows the woman who was kind enough to submit the picture above, please forward her the invite. George Clooney will be making an appearance as well as the last unicorn, so I am sure she will want to attend.

The new Queen will have the supreme honor of judging the next caption contest.

May the best caption win!


I uploaded the third episode of the Mommy Shorts Show. I'm talking about the Duggars, Seth Rogen and Mazzy's latest Justin Bieber imitation. Check it out here.