Well, not really .. but why not?
Made this one four years ago to the day .. November 26 of 2009 .. for Alexia. Many people love being a redhead, and Alexia was one of those, but she didn't mind being anything female .. I once made her a bald chick eating waffles (which was one of my first 20 or so captions! Speaking of, here it is in all its really horrible glory!
God, I wasn't even centering my text at that point (April 2008) in time! We all have our crosses to bare I guess ... and the writing is pretty decent at at least. Definitely has my sense of humor!
Anyway, back to the original caption that I was talking about. Its one of those captions I made in Comic Life, back when I was playing with graphic tools other than Photoshop. Its a decent program, and I wish that I could do some of the thought bubbles and speaking boxes easier in Photoshop instead (When I started, I think I was on Photoshop 6 and at least now I'm up to CS1) but I find Photoshop gives me more control over the caption than Comic Life. Bren and Jennifer are two people that added extra dimensions to their captions once they switched over to it from plain old Microsoft Paint .. which NO ONE should be using at this point in 2013! LOL
I really should go back and try it again and see if I can learn it for occasional use, but its really for people that already have a structured story in mind and write it down in Microsoft Word first. That way you can plot out where all the elements will go and how it flows. My method has always been to just put a picture in a background setting, open up a text box right in Photoshop and write my story there, then proofread and spell check it, and finally size the text so it fills up the space correctly. Still, it helps to have as many tools in your arsenal as possible to keep things looking and feeling fresh!