Caption Challenge with an Elephant!

The image is from 1634 and needs a caption. ‘Nusquam tuta fides’ translates as ‘no trust is ever sure’ but don’t let that get in your way.

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41 Responses to Caption Challenge with an Elephant!

  1. Look at the trunk on that!

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  2. Hilton says:

    Let’s hope that whatever is built from this wood is not another White Elephant!

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  3. eeyoris21 says:

    You pull, and I push! Dumbo!

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  4. Brad Carthew says:

    We came. They sawed. I trumpeted.

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  5. Brad Carthew says:

    I still don’t see how putting my trunk down the back of his pants will help!

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  6. Brad Carthew says:

    Forget maintenance with our new Single Use Logging Elephants!

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  7. Tony Wilson says:

    abundans cautela non nocet,
    elephantis magis bonam semper

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  8. Dave Reedy says:

    Make sure you saw the right trunk!

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  9. djmueller says:

    Tell us more. Why do you need a caption?

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  10. Anthony DeStefano says:

    No trunk is ever sure

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  11. Robin Slate says:

    We have to discuss the elephant in the trees!

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  12. frpaulas says:

    Hey! That’s my favorite scratching tree! If I close the kerf on that saw, they’ll never fell another.

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  13. g2-ec7d75ce2808b7d5ed1af24642e8f5b8 says:

    Two are better than one to get the job done!

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  14. robmelby says:

    Check the basement also look for bags

    Sent from my iPhone

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  15. petearon143 says:

    “India Saw Company saws are the best. All others are simply irrelephant!”

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  16. Randy Bradley says:

    Don’t take down my shade!

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  17. Brian Dormer says:

    If the elephant raises his hind leg – RUN!!!!

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  18. Brian Dormer says:

    If the elephant raises his hind leg – RUN!!!

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  19. Patrick says:

    Just give him the damn peanut.

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  20. ERIC KUEHNE says:

    They’ll never find me if I hide behind this tree.

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  21. jbakerrower says:

    …and the F’ing camels complain about just carrying straw!

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  22. timothyvermillion says:

    Semper fidelis cyclotis

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  23. Mike Mavodones says:

    Try not to think of an elephant.

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  24. Marilyn says:

    A trunk to hold the trunk. – only an elephant can hold a tree.

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  25. John Sisler says:

    Cletus and Tomball saw a way to trap their second elephant of the day.

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  26. Toolnut says:

    Little did Daisy know that she would soon be the reason elephants were no longer welcome at “Bring Your Pet to Work Day.

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  27. “Ok, Fred; please explain how a trunk up my a$$ helps me saw better.”

    It wasn’t until they got done cutting the wedge that they realized that they could have just used Frank’s elephant to just pull the tree.

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  28. Craig Aebli says:

    Watch your head or you may loose a tusk!

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  29. Matthew Buntyn says:

    Tim couldn’t explain it, but he had this nagging feeling that something was watching him.

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  30. Tom says:

    Q: How do you get down from an elephant.
    Elephant: You don’t, you get down from a !

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  31. Tom says:

    Q: How do you get down from an elephant?
    Elephant: You don’t, you get down from a GOOSE!

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  32. Doug Shaw says:

    Trying to ignore the elephant in the room

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  33. schugn says:

    What has two trunks and a full set of teeth?

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  34. Joel Silverman says:

    “I have to find a new party to represent”

    “How many trunks are you bringing down today?”

    “Is this wood for the wall?”

    Here we see the first deniers.

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  35. Gustave Corbeau says:

    The first time ever I saw your face…

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  36. smkindem says:

    Chris Schwartz latest discovery in ancient work hiding techniques

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  37. Brad Carthew says:

    If a tree falls on an elephant, and nobody sawed it, did it actually happen?

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  38. Brad Carthew says:

    You can’t make an armoire without breaking a few elephants.

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  39. Brad Carthew says:

    Historical records show that before the invention of the saw horse, the saw elephant was used.

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  40. Lee Pickart says:

    ” My name is elephantus, I speak for the trees”

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