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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

The first ever D&R caption contest!

A colleague of mine passed along the following photo to me, and I've been meaning to blog about it for awhile now. There's just one problem: I'm not particularly witty. So I leave it to you, dear readers, to come up with an appropriate caption for the photo--humorous or otherwise. The winner of the first ever D&R caption contest will garner the acclaim of dozens of blog readers from around the globe and will have conferred upon her/him by yours truly the euphonious title of...WINNER!!!!

You can enter by leaving a comment below. Have fun, keep it reasonably clean, and enjoy. The deadline for entries will be, well, whenever I decide....

"Bébé avec Deleuze" - 2000 © M/M (Paris)

6 comments:

dhawhee said...

I am sooo about to facialize this book.

Anonymous said...

Okay, mom-dad ... done with Deleuze. Now Agamben? Ranciere? Badiou? Whadda they taste like?

michael said...

"The will to power certainly appears in an infinitely more exact manner in a baby than in a man of war." (Essays Critical and Clinical, 133).

caraf said...

"Daddy, it's not what my poop MEANS, but rather what it DOES that matters!"

Anonymous said...

mummy can i read spot the dog instead ?

Rick Dickulous said...

"Wow this ph@cker really does think outside the box!"