Sunday, March 27, 2011
I wanted to change my SAX!
I have to admit it .. sometimes I just like to have fun, and use lots of horrible plays on words and puns and try to be as GROAN INDUCING as possible. People have bad days, and a caption like this can often lighten up their mood much more than seeing themselves tied up by a mistress and condemned to a life of servitude. Nothing wrong with that, but if you've just gotten home from being metaphorically chained to your desk working overtime for "the man" .. no matter how great the story is, you just won't enjoy it the way you should.
It is captions like these that have given me the reputation for not bringing the sexy all the time. I can't really stop though, since I don't have a regulator on my creativity where I can just crank out a perverted and depraved caption whenever I feel. If I'm feeling frisky and playful, then THAT is what someone is going to get. If that causes people to not look at some of my darker and sexier captions .. OH WELL, sucks to be them! Its always the quiet one in the corner that is the real tigress in bed!
DISCUSSION QUESTION: Do you have to be in a certain mood to read captions? Do reading captions (or creating captions) get you in a better mood? Jennifer mentioned a list of songs in her blog recently that helps her get into a mood when she's capping. You can read my reply right here (not that you NEED the traffic Jenniger!) What other ways get you in the mood to caption?