It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the celebs are at it again. This time, it’s a caption contest started by Chrissy Teigen, who is very active on Twitter, telling the best Jay-Z And Beyonce stories and live-tweeting events like a flight from hell and her husband John Legend‘s work in Jesus Christ Superstar Live. She’s not bad at getting around Instagram’s nudity rules, as well.
On Sunday night, Teigen revealed Twitter management had gifted her a blank sheet cake, and she needed caption suggestions:
- “Ban Nazis” — AdrianBelmonte
- “I am Q.” — CatherineStevie
- “70% top marginal rate” —GlennF
- “Let them tweet cake.” —ThatsSoAbby
- “I’ve been the best account on twitter for 8 years so they sent me a blank cake.” — WestVirgyinzer
Inevitably, someone also referenced the time Teigen trolled Legend about his resemblance to Arthur:
Someone suggested Stephen A. Smith‘s much-memed tweet in which he misunderstands how uploading a photo works:
People also suggested other classic tweets to highlight:
It isn’t officially a caption or photoshop contest on Twitter until somebody posts creepy Garfield content:
Some people went meta with their suggestions:
Teigen’s own tweets were a popular choice for caption options:
Dril was another popular Twitter user for caption choices, although no one suggested the tweet quoted in the first sentence of this post:
In a surprise twist, Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson was there and settled the matter by picking no caption at all:
Noooooooo! We didn’t even get a chance to put Garfield on it!