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Geocaching.com Caption Contest 25 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

Eric Schudiske on June 30, 2011, 8:32 am

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Lackeys

WINNING CAPTION: Why do people keep signing my mail and leaving little army men and hot-wheels? – Team Snook

Share your genius for witty captions in the 25th installment of our Geocaching.com Caption Contest. You could earn a barely coveted prize. What caption would you write? “Geocaching, out standing in its field.” You can do better!

Barely coveted prize

Submit your caption by clicking on “Comments” below. Please include your geocaching username in all entries. Then, explore the captions other geocachers posted.

You can influence the voting. “Like” the caption that you think should win.  If you think your caption should win, convince your fellow geocachers to “like” your caption. Lackeys vote to decide the winner of the contest.

The winner receives a barely coveted prize from Groundspeak Headquarters. This contest the barely coveted prize is a biodegradable Cache In Trash Out garbage bag.

Click on the image to discover the winning caption from this contest

21 Lackeys voted to award the winner of the 24th Geocaching.com Caption Contest a barely coveted prize. Click on the image at right to discover the winning caption from the previous Geocaching.com Caption Contest.

Explore all the past winners by checking out all the Geocaching.com Caption Contests.

  • two4true

    The employment exam for the US Postal Service continues to be one of them more difficult to accomplish.

  • brogen

    Wear your waders, the cache is deep!

  • Marilyn@StHelens

    We managed to raise the cache.

  • Gwangi Crew

    In plain sight. Don’t worry about the muggles, only Geocachers are willing enough to go to the cache.

    Gwangi Crew

  • Mr Merry321

    what is this notepad and collection of toys and coins and fluffy dice doing among my water bill? i’ll kill that postman, the kids moved out 5 years ago!

  • http://www.lornabakerracegrafix.com Track Day Toys

    I think it’s been muggled again!

  • Suffolkpapa

    Our a last ditch effort to get out of debt.  Please take any overdue bill and pay in exchange for an easy find ? – – -> Suffolk Nana & Papa.

  • helives

    It must be a letter box hybred?

  • Lovey Pigs

    World’s LARGEST Nano!

  • Lovey Pigs

    Mutant Nano gone bad!

  • Lovey Pigs

    Is this one of those camo cache’s disguised as an Ammo can?? I’ve heard about these!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ajones8724 Adam Lagoon Jones

    It’s cute to tease muggles by hiding caches in plain sight, but this one is really pushing it!

    -sk8str8

  • Tombearr

    Your mail may get here, but it will pass through 28 peoples hands, 12 states, and may take 6-8 months.

  • KHREFEREE

    Whers my pants?

    KEITHNIPPER49

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000205272165 Candice Mitchell Robb

    If I hid a cache in that box, it would be too obvious…..but what about that fence post back there? 

  • Derrick Rowell

    “I’m waiting for the I Love Geo Mail Geocoin to be delivered.”

  • lookout.

    I have now found the cache pirate who took my ammocan.

  • damitro

    Don’t know how I missed this one last time I was here.  -damitro-

  • damitro

    The hint is “Ab QASf nyybjrq”.

  • Team Oreo Cookies

    Yes 911, I want to report a suspicious container….

  • authorized users

    Steve Medlin’s new mailbox… there are NO aliens here!

  • J Spieweg

    Be carefull a regular ist watching you! Those favorite points are a trap!

  • jeff beach

    hay look someone really posted this cache for real   hmmmm

  • http://twitter.com/dirtlevi R Levi

    His parents wanted him to grow up, fill himself with random
    items, find a nice log book and becoming a respectable geocache but he started
    hanging with the wrong crowd and ended up a mailbox. What a shame. -dirtlevi

  • radioscout

    Why are there all this toys and other items in the army postal service mailbox? And who wrote TFTC and all this funny names on the field post letters?

  • http://geocachingcolorado.blogspot.com/ Ruzhye

    Sometimes hidding in plain sight is the most effective.

  • Gjmccoyd

    Easy find

  • Anonymous

    Cache me if you can!

  • Anonymous

    Did you put cache in your post?

  • Grandpa_r

    Grandpa_R    Traditional
    mailboxes are so dumb…

     

    (I
    recently watched the CARS movie with the grandkids and there is a scene where
    they go tractor tipping and – I cracked up over the line “tractors are so dumb!”)

  • Jdalton

    G.I. Geo Cache of unit 69964 reporting for duty.  

    TheDaltonGangNM 

  • Currykevuk

    If ever Elvis came back as a mailbox?

  • Vabeachgeocacher

    Cache in Mail out

  • Pandyt

    Found the cache, but where’s the mail?

  • stevenw54

    What a funny mailbox.  stevenw54

  • Dirkvanderploeg

    Dang, that’s not it–we’re looking for 29965.

    -djdiggla

  • Julie_webb

    Alien from planet 69964 got the travel bug in more ways than one!!!! 

  • LabguyMN

    Contents muggled daily during rain, snow, sleet, or hail (exept sunday), at 2pm by a guy in a jeep, steering wheel on the wrong side…

  • LabguyMN

    “I don’t see anything- what size does it say this is supposed to be?”
    “Large.”
    “Any attributes?”
    “1/1, kid friendly.”
    “Any recent logs?”
    “Ten minutes ago. And 216 finds, No DNF’s”
    “Really.  Hmmf”
    “Do we know any of the recent finders- we could PAF”

  • pat.richardson

    Do you like my hybrid letterbox!?

    -pat.richardson

  • Binrat

    This will keep the APE cache from disappearing again!

  • katie w

    Snap Lock!
    katie w

  • Ransk80

    log and post your cache here

  • Pingback: Geocaching()

  • RobertandTheresa

    You are here.

  • YraFyra

    I posted a note, and logged a find.

  • Majorjarhead

    Johnny Cash’s mailbox.

  • hueyyei

    69964 decrypted = fiifd decrypted = “Find it in ferocious dog”. omg…. O_o

  • Coman123

    The home of
    George Oliver Cash

  • gac077

    Honey, this isn’t it. Its 699.64 feet the other way!


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