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Caption Competition

13:29 UK time, Friday, 17 October 2008

It's the caption competition.


This week, pets and their owners attend a special church service in recognition of St Francis of Assisi - the patron saint of animals - in Lincoln. But what's being said?

The competition is now closed. Full rules can be seen here [PDF].

Thanks to all who entered. The prize of a small amount of kudos to the following:

6. SimonRooke
The Vicar of Dribbly

5. theobc
Our string of delicious sausages,
who art in the butchers,
hallowed be thy tempting smell.
Thy day will come,
when thy will be stolen,
and the butcher will shake his fist in the manner of those hilarious seaside postcards.

Give us this day our daily walk.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those postmen who trespass against us.

And lead us not into Battersea,
but deliver us from Cruella DeVille.
For thine is the kingdom,
the power and the glory,
for ever and ever.


4. killerjaw01
"'Rrrawl things 'rright & 'rrootiful..."

3. TouringMars
Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned - once in the cemetery and again by the coat stand in the vestibule.

2. gparsons
The vicar immediately regretted his choice of "Walk, walk in the light" as his opening hymn.

1. Dodie_James
Is it by Bach?

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