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April 10-16, 2006
Week 1 of 13 | Contest 5

Photo Info: Welcome to Contest 5. Very exciting, ooooh. :) This is another recent upload, as always feel free to claim/elaborate. Thanks!

PHASE: Contest has Ended!
Congratulations to this week's winner:
Lane Pollock

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Name Caption Votes Average You
1 Lane Bubba the tractor driver was a no-show for his baptism that Saturday morning. No one was sure what spooked him... Add a Comment View Comments» (3) 17 5.53 -
2 Jonathan After months of saving, local farmer Ujesh, was finally able to purchase a trunk monkey so he could drive his tractor through town without being stopped by missionaries. Add a Comment 17 5.41 -
3 Lane In an emotional moment of pure determination, Elder Ayer decided to lose the glasses and get LASIK was time to get that monkey off his back. Add a Comment 17 5.35 -
4 Jonathan Curious Gauri and the man in the yellow tie. Add a Comment 17 5.24 -
5 William It's always sad to say goodbye, but these were the "Best Two Years"….for both of them! Add a Comment 17 4.94 -
6 Brian after a little rough housing with Abu, Elder Ayer soon finds himself without glasses. Moral of the story: if you play with the monkey, you'll go blind. Add a Comment View Comments» (2) 17 4.71 -
7 Jonathan Wikipedia: A group of monkeys may be referred to as a mission of monkeys... Somewhat clever, mildly hilarious, coincidental irony. Add a Comment View Comments» (1) 17 4.59 -
8 dave Foreign countries: where the solution to today's obnoxious pet is tomorrow's dinner Add a Comment 17 4.59 -
9 Lane "I don't get it, Elder Ayer. Anytime you need something you take off your glasses, put them on the monkey's face, it looks around for a sec., and then performs whatever task you ask of it...can you please explain how this works!?"
"It's quite simple, really. Monkey see, monkey do." Add a Comment
17 4.59 -
10 Chad Shortly this picture was taken, Elder Johnson went back to his apartment and spanked his monkey. Add a Comment View Comments» (3) 17 4.53 -
11 Jonathan Those who experience monkey-pattern baldness start losing their hair right in the middle. Add a Comment 17 4.47 -
12 dave EWWW... what is that running down my back? Add a Comment View Comments» (1) 17 4.35 -
13 Lane Trainer: "Yeah, some missionaries reach legendary status. Like take ol' Elder Ayer. That guy was so kind he'd give the glasses off his face to help a nearsighted monkey..."
Greenie: "Is that some kind of metaphor?"
Trainer: "Not sure. That's just what my trainer told me..." Add a Comment
17 4.35 -
14 Jill Apparently there are klepto-monkeys scattered all over Mexico. Just like small children and rodents, they like shiny, opaque, and breakable items. Add a Comment View Comments» (5) 17 4.18 -
15 Samela Hmm, with my eyes closed this feels just like real mink. Add a Comment 18 4.17 -
16 Michelle Monkey: "No, Elder--you're not having a miraculous vision. There's just a spot on your glasses. It does look a little like the Virgin Mary though." Add a Comment 17 4.12 -
17 Brian India is not only on the forefront of the medical world, but of cheap labor too! Hence, monkey-optimetrists! Add a Comment 17 3.94 -
18 Michael "Elder will you stop messing around with our dinner and come on. I'M HUNGRY!" Add a Comment 17 3.88 -
19 Michael "The worst experience that I had on my mission was when I had a monkey on my shoulder and her ripped my glasses off my face. I tossed the monkey off my shoulder and it got ran over by a tractor... (A tear forms) it obviously effected me deeply." Add a Comment View Comments» (1) 17 3.82 -
20 William Elder Ayer begins to cry, as he realizes he's been bitten by the "Monkey of Death". Add a Comment 17 3.71 -
21 Michael The new tracting tactic didn't turn out as efficient as the Elder hoped. Add a Comment 17 3.47 -
22 Chad Dieter to Elder Ramirez, "Would you like to touch my monkey? Touch him! Love him!" Add a Comment 17 3.41 -
23 Brian "This is the worst trainer EVER, president! He parts his hair down the MIDDLE! That is SO against the rules!" Add a Comment View Comments» (7) 17 3.41 -
24 William Unaware that he’s allergic to monkeys, Elder Ayer removes his glasses in preparation for a prophet-sized sneeze. Add a Comment 17 3.41 -
25 Michael Watch Nimrod the mormon monkey as he preforms his act that will surely convince you of the truthfullness of the gospel. Or.. At least... you can watch him mess with this elders glasses and generally annoy him. Add a Comment 17 3.24 -
26 William Luckily there’s just egg on Elder Ayer’s face as he realizes, without his glasses, that it’s just a typical monkey, and not a young Mr. Trump. Add a Comment 17 3.18 -
27 Dana Hanging his head in shame, Pepé the monkey realizes, yet again, he has forgotten to properly wipe before going out in public. Add a Comment View Comments» (2) 17 3.18 -