Monday, October 8th, 2012
SMITH and Shutterfly’s Six-Word caption contest continues. It’s like this: Each Monday morning we post a photo from Shutterfly on the Six-Word Memoir project and you have until Friday at 5pm EST to write a caption in six words—no more, no less. One winning caption writer receives a gift certificate for $50 for Shutterfly. Leave your six words to describe the photo you see here in the comments area below. You can submit up to 10 entries; read the official rules for more details.
Last week’s entries for the photo you see in this blog post were a blast to read. After chewing on the entries a while, we’re sticking with three-monkeys, who had popped out a number of catchy captions, including: “Antoni Gaudi’s first design, age 9.”; “Principal’s house. (We were outta eggs.)”; and our winning caption, “Our architect calls it ‘Urban Stucco.’” Thanks to all who entered and, uh, stuck with it.