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    The winning entry for this months competition was the following caption which was submitted by Jonny

"You stupid boy, I told you the models for the competition were supposed to be 1:72 scale".

View other captions submitted for this competition.

Have a go at this months Caption Competition.

Captions Submitted - In order of submission
"Hmmm...Should be okay landing on marshland but how do I get in the bugger?"
Submitted by David Flynn
randle was about to find out that the "aircraft" was really a pigeon in disguise and he wasnt standing at the friendly end!!
Submitted by Sarah Johnson
As the two ends of the Channel Tunnel met it looked like it was going to be a financial disaster as Eurostar realised it should have consulted its French counterpart before embarking on an Engine Bulid Program.
Submitted by Mr. D. Igger
"How on Earth do I pull the Elastic Band?"
Subitted by: A. Pullman
Flt. Lt Hincks was again sent to help out in the Wind Tunnel after a bout of Flatulence!
Submitted by: A. Trump
The Attic space in Colditz Castle was much bigger than anyone had imagined
Submitted by L. Oftconversion
"When I asked for a flight simulator for the Sqn I didnt mean something like this!" "And how the hell am I supposed to get in this?"
Submitted by Ben Pinner

"You stupid boy, I told you the models for the competition were supposed to be 1:72 scale".
Submitted by Jonny

Have a go at this months Caption Competition.
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"Caption Competition No.14".

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