Photo caption: have your say with the TSA

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16 Responses to “Photo caption: have your say with the TSA”

  1. “TSA rules prohibit shotguns, not shotgunning”

    I hope this guy has an aisle seat.

  2. “Search this.”

  3. “My body is NOT a carry on.”

  4. As the sweet liquid entered his stomach it started a violent reaction with his gastric acid. An explosion was immenent – its not called Asti Spewmante for nothing!!!

  5. “The War on Terroir”

  6. Terrorist campaign to make air travelers chug wine a success!

  7. “Ahhh… One down, just three more to go!”

  8. “Hey, wait a minute. This is my wife’s shampoo!”

  9. Man threatens to do an age old barbaric practice ‘chug it’ when Airport Security Personnel confiscates his Riedel stemware.

  10. Mon Dieu! Gulping down wine. Maybe the terrorists have won.

  11. Confiscate this!

  12. Distressing scenes like this can be avoided by adding a BYO policy onto airplanes.

  13. I always chug a bottle of Airportersburger GlobeTrottin before flying the unfriendly skies!

  14. These are great! Thanks!

    Thanks too To Rick Nelson who mentioned this post on the Robert Parker bulletin board with the caption “This guy decided to throw back instead of throw away!”

    With the recent changes in carry-on policies that adversely affect our passion, humor is the best antidote…

  15. They can make me wait in line, charge me $8.95 for plane food, give me half a soda and frown when I ask for the rest, seat me in back of someone who will recline their seat right into me…but they cannot take my Asti Spumante-ahhhhh!!!

  16. […] The traveler chucked the $90 cab in the trash. He must have decided not to chug it like this guy. […]


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