Caption! this …

First light

 Today’s more sophisticated and girly female vampires know that, as long as they don’t look directly into the morning light, they can sleep in after a busy night of feeding on the town. Often called vamps because they use their beauty and charisma to charm men into doing what they want, these dark ladies never miss an opportunity to wear sheer nude pantyhose to bed.
Today’s more sophisticated and girly female vampires know that, as long as they don’t look directly into the morning light, they can sleep in after a busy night of feeding on the town. Often called vamps because they use their beauty and charisma to charm men into doing what they want, these dark ladies never miss an opportunity to wear sheer nude pantyhose to bed.

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  • Sorry, guys, we are preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, and I won’t have another chance to update my blog. No one was leading in this caption contest, and it appears you all were struggling a little with this image, so I wrote what I thought when I first saw this picture. Hope you like it.

    Feel free to submit more captions for this image or make comments, but for now, the blog, the contest, the store and the other girls and I are signing off for a while. Hope to communicate with you all again soon.

  • Congrats to Andrew for winning this past week’s (Aug. 29 to Sept. 2) Caption! this … contest, “Double take.” Andrew won for the first time since the contest began in May.

    This time, 8 readers/viewers competed in the contest. While each wrote a good caption, the most popular was Andrew’s: “Made ya look!” Andrew won because 2 others (Rosemary and Turbodey) commented about his caption.

    Honorable mention goes to Shawn for his caption: “Wait, what were you saying?” I thought that was perfect for the image, but I don’t have a vote.

    My thanks, not only to the contestants for their captions, but also to those who commented about each other’s captions.

    Now, we have a new image (“First light”) that needs a caption. You’re on the clock as of Saturday Sept. 2-9. Good luck, everyone.

  • Readers/Viewers: Write a caption for this image and you could win a pair of ActSensuous pantyhose. Submit your caption for review as a comment about this image.

    Over a period of one week, we will see how many comments we receive from other readers/viewers about your caption. The writer of the caption that garners the most readers/viewers’ comments wins. (Unfortunately, we can’t go by the number of likes, or votes for yellow stars to determine a winner because those things roll over with each new image.)

    Once we have a winner (determined after 1 week), we will delete the previous caption(s) and their comments, publish a new image, and begin receiving captions and readers’ comments for it.

    Two simple rules for playing

    Rule 1: The writer of the caption cannot comment on his/her own caption.

    Rule 2: We will not publish any comments that we deem to be possibly offensive or inappropriate in any way.

    That’s it. Now, here are some little notes about this contest.

    Note 1: This contest might not work as designed, or be too difficult to manage, in which case we may change the process, change the rules or end the contest all together with or without notice, regardless of where we are in the process. Also, it’s been my experience that the vast majority of readers/viewers/visitors do not bother to comment, “like” or rate a picture with yellow stars (welcome to my world, contestants), which is a major reason why this contest might not be successful, and therefore get canceled.

    Note 2: The contest is open right now. (Readers/Viewers, if you don’t want to submit a caption yourself, please help out those who do by commenting here on their captions.)

    Disclaimer: No trees were destroyed in the writing of this explanation and rules, however, a couple of lawyers, justifiably, were beaten up.

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