Well, I got my first question from the Formspring question do-hickey, and so lets get rockin' like Dokken, or some semblance there of.
I wonder who the hell could have written this! I mean, c'mon, who doesn't know Sasha? She's a legend in her own mind, after all. Bren had inflicted us all on the haven with many punishments, and inviting Sasha in was one of the worst ones she has ever delivered to us.
Who is this Sasha you talk about and is she hot? Do you fantasize about her? I bet she is smart, funny and witty just like you!
Actually, she is a pretty fun person to chat with, and creative in the captioning field as well. Best part is that she can have fun with a caption yet still make it work. Not quite as whimsical as Kaitlyn (with a K, not the masked variety) but still playful and semi-subversive. I don't think she makes as many captions as she used to, as her blog seems to draw more interest from people looking to hear about her cross-dressing exploits rather than her mad capping skills, which to me is a tad bit depressing. Not that she is sharing the info, which is fascinating, but I'm sure the "damn you look hot, please post your naughty bits" will get old real fast and possibly make her reevaluate her web presence. Then again, perhaps that playful wink and nod that she brings to captions is at work again and she's subversively pegging fingers at her followers, and I can totally respect that.
With that out of the way, the caption above is one I made for her, based on one of the many awesome moments in that Nouvelle Vague masterpiece "Army of Darkness", of course slaughtered by my need to reference pop culture at every chance I can get. Its also fun to write ditsy girl dialog, and even better when it is MY CHARACTER saying it. I'm often the character that provides change, and to do so without knowing I am is just peachy! I believe the main reason for doing the caption was Sasha was on a high heel kick, and this picture definitely hits that criteria in spades.
Discussion Question: Any big pop culture references or other talking points you wouldn't use or want to see in a TG caption? I am wondering what taboos would be out there and if they could be used effectively or would they just turn someone off. I am thinking, "If Seth McFarlane was making captions, where would he draw the line?" I've done a caption based on the Kennedy assassination which surprisingly got little to no complaints.