Arnold Caption Contest: Pumping Iron

Update: Thank you for participating. This giveaway is now closed. 

Congratulations to bozpictures for winning our Arnold Schwarzenegger caption contest!

We received lots of really good captions, but this one really gave us a chuckle.
An honourable mention goes to Joseph A. for “Is this just a routine blood check? Because you might need a bigger needle!”

Come back Monday, September 16 for another fun Arnie picture and another chance to win a copy of Total Recall.

From bodybuilder to actor to politician. We’re celebrating the extraordinary life of chameleon Arnold Schwarzenegger and the upcoming release of his memoir Total Recall with a caption contest.

Every Monday for the month of September, we’ll post a new photo to this blog.Submit your best caption (in 30 words or less) for these photos as a comment and you’ll be entered to win one of four copies of Total Recall! One winner will be selected and announced every Friday.

Here is our next photo: young Arnie during his days of training for the Mr. Olympia competition.

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57 thoughts on “Arnold Caption Contest: Pumping Iron

  1. I don’t think this is what they meant by “Finding treasure inside the Titanic” !

  2. Yes – ALL of you divers can sharpen your little
    Girly knives on my Austrian Alp Biceps. It will
    Be fantastic!!!!

  3. Arnold could not hide his surprise when he was told that he would need to be cut out of his favourite T Shirt, I’ve heard of the term getting cut through weights but not sure he fully grasped the concept.

  4. Divers have recovered a statue of Hercules from the ancient Greek city Of Atlantis, it appears to be solid cast iron.

  5. The seabeing to the creature’s left began to study the legs, what he thought were the legs. He could not say for sure. He only knew the creature had a head and what appeared as legs where arms should be. He remarked to the seabeing beside him how odd it was for a creature to have a head at its rear. The other seabeing laughed, not knowing himself which way was front and which was back. Together, they examined the creature’s feet and discussed how oddly it was that they looked like fists.

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