Photo caption: have your say with rosé!

The following photo may be too gruesome from some readers (it’s still safe for work though, just not for the faint of heart). Thus I have put it after the jump. It awaits your captioning!


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14 Responses to “Photo caption: have your say with rosé!”

  1. “Augh! I woke up next to the severed head of my prize fish – do you think we can still revive him?”
    “Here, try this fine rose’.”
    “Uh oh, is that the Godfather coming?”

  2. This Rose pairs well with only the FRESHEST fish…..

  3. “Don’t bother; he says Tavel is too cliche.”

  4. Who said real men, er tuna, don’t drink rose?

  5. Nothing signals the arrival of spring like blood on your hands, the sun on your back and rose by the bottle.

  6. Obviously, the fish didn’t understand that life’s too short to drink cheap wine. At least he understood that in death.

  7. No no, my mouth! It’s too early to start the marinade!!!

  8. Chum your waters with Beringer White Zinfandel !

  9. And I thought fish was non-fattening!

  10. Hey I’m bleeding out I need some red wine QUICKLY…No!!!! Wait!!!!Red is not good with fish …so somebody get me some chilled Rose`!!!
    Ahhh thank you I fell much better now, is like my body all the sudden feels light…

  11. These are funny!

    There’s actually a little story behind this photo. I’ll see if there aren’t a few more captions out there and then mention who’s who (no word on the fish, though).

  12. Get rid of the Zin or the fish gets it…OK, I warned ya!

  13. Put a shirt on – my fish is trying to drink!

  14. I offered him some rose, you would have thought I was trying to shove white zin down his throat; it’s nothing to lose your head over!


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