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Hollywood finally came up with a population of alien creatures that doesn’t resemble human beings.

Satire: The News in Pictures XIV

Welcome to "O Caption! My Caption!" Blogcritics' examination of news, sports, and politics utilizing the most efficient and timesaving method: looking at pretty pictures and deducing what happened based on the pixels.


Sesame Street was brought to you by…CUT! What the hell is that?
(AFP/Getty Images)


Hollywood finally came up with a population of alien creatures
that doesn’t resemble human beings.
(David Zalubowski/AP Photo)


Oh, wait, what the…which legs are mine?
(Giampiero Sposito/Reuters)


Just look at all those bees’ knees.
(Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Photo)


This is my best side, don’t you think?
(Jeff J. Mitchell, Getty Images)


No Hats or Curlers Allowed
(Reuters/Stringer)


Google isn’t the only backward thing in China.
(AFP/File/Li Xin)


She is so tall she can look out over the vast numbers
of people who don’t know she exists.
(AP Photo/RIA Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service)


Hey, who let in the lounge singer?
(Johnny Hanson/Chronicle)


I was fine with the metallic contact lenses,
but now you’ve got to move that magnet away from my face!
(AP)


One more of us and we’ll be able to reach the edge of the tank. Freedom!
(EPA)


Does anyone else see a beluga whale with an Air Force tattoo?
(Getty Images)


I feel pail.
(David Albers/AP)


This outfit looks good accordion whom?
(AP)


I think your patient has bigger problems than cavities.
(Junji Kurokawa/AP)


Lemur alone!
(AP Photo/Wong Maye-E))


See? Look how high I can reach!
Oh yes, very impressive!
(AP Photo/Michael Probst)

About Diana Hartman

Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

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