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Best Reader Caption for Joe Arpaio and a Guy in a Dog Suit?

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On Friday, we asked readers to write the caption for the above photo of Sheriff Joe Arpaio wearing some sort of floral-print shirt, and standing next to a guy in a dog suit.

After sifting through all the responses -- as usual, some of them more politically correct than others -- we've narrowed it down to five finalists. Only one person will win the pay-your-own-way trip to the historic New Times building, along with a firm handshake and/or high-five, and deciding that winner is up to you.

A) kevindischord

"Two Huge Bitches."

B) ecardferret

I'd like to introduce you to our newest drug sniffing dog. Now, we know that dogs are color blind, so we've also taught this one to bark at anything that smells like taco seasoning or homemade tortillas.

C) david_saint01

"hes no Monty pug, but hes still my dog".

D) azweasel

It's good to be hanging out with my old buddy dave again. Things haven't been the same around the office without him.

E) danzigsdaddy

thats the first time I've ever seen a dog wanting to be euthanized

Cast your vote below:



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