CRAzy Captioning is where I take an image from a Richard Armitage character and put a caption to it–putting a new spin on the image, hopefully to humorous result. Often, I seek image and caption suggestions from my readers and friends–as I did for this post. And the first two images and their first line of the captions were suggested by one of my online friends over in RAFN who wishes to remain anonymous.
Now it must be said, that I have the utmost respect for Richard Armitage and his searing character portrayals. My lady RA fan friends and I write volumes analyzing: his roles and their plot lines in terms of their symbolism, the subtle references to classical figures and stories, and why Mr. Armitage touches our souls with such exquisitely heartfelt authenticity through his varied roles that he brings to life. The lively discussions and astute insights we share in these analyses are both invigorating and edifying.
But, we also perceive that Richard Armitage has a lively sense of humor–tucked carefully behind his dramatic actor persona. Who can forget his charming role as Harry Kennedy in The Vicar of Dibley? And as you know if you visit my blog here with any regularity, I have a funny bone that I exercise now and again. Mine is a humorously skewed, but always polite–and sometimes a teensy bit saucy–perspective on the world. And so without further ado, fanfare, or stalling, here are three new examples of CRAzy Captioning for you to enjoy.
Now the really fun part comes with you suggesting alternative captions of your own for each image with your comments. Enjoy!
Cheers! Grati ;->
P.S. I have also put the full caption and image credit references on each graphic–so that when you download it you have the full information.
Sir Guy (left): “Hey man, keep that thing away from me. Is this envy because I´m more handsome?”
Sir Guy (right): “Of course! By the way, the question was rhetorical.”
Main image left (hot poker), BBC’s Robin Hood screencap of Sir Guy of Gisborne (portrayed by Richard Armitage) and Robin (portrayed by Jonas Armstrong) was courtesy of anonymous; BBC’s Robin Hood cropped screen cap insert of Robin Hood (portrayed by Jonas Armstrong) was courtesy of http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/images/gallery/RobinHood/album/Series1Promo/album/slides/1-10.html
Image right of a BBC’s Robin Hood screencap of Sir Guy of Gisborne (portrayed by Richard Armitage), also known asTDHMinL is courtesy of http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/images/gallery/RobinHood/album/Series1Promo/album/slides/1-13.html
Sir Guy: “Did I see some white hair in Marian?”
Marian: “Well if you did see some, it is because I’m growing old playing you and Robin against each other.
Sir Guy: “There is a solution–ditch Forest Boy. Then come back to my Locksley Guy & Gal Salon & Spa for a touch up.” Marian looks at me askance. “Now now, I’m not being rude—unless you want me to be.” *smirk*
BBC’s Robin Hood screencap of Marian (portrayed by Lucy Griffiths) and Sir Guy of Gisborne (portrayed by Richard Armitage) is courtesy of Anonymous.
Image C: CRAzy Captioning, Team Leather (Image C): A Knight’s Best Friend is his Sword, 9/02/12 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #261)
Sir Guy: “All a knight really needs is his horse, some leather, and his sword. I named mine, Gaia–because she is sharp, shiny, and sexy—like me. And, to keep the goddess on my side.”
Sir Guy (portrayed by Richard Armitage) and his sword are images from each of the 3 BBC Robin Hood Series and courtesy of: http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/images/gallery/RobinHood/album/Series1Promo/album/slides/ep11-7.html and http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/images/gallery/RobinHood/album/seasontwo/Episode10/slides/rh210_005.html and http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/images/gallery/RobinHood/album/Series3Promo/album/slides/3-10.html