Name that caption, separated at birth edition

When I saw this photo from last night’s Alabama-Kentucky stinker…

… another special moment came to mind.

Am I wrong?


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21 responses to “Name that caption, separated at birth edition

  1. mwo

    We’ll see who the king is when we get home, big boy!

  2. gastr1

    Kentucky basketball fans might be worse than Alabama football fans. They are horrible people.

    • 202dawg

      They certainly are. Made it all the more enjoyable watching them stream out of the Steg with 5 minutes to go last season

    • Billy Mumphrey

      As someone who has lived in the Commonwealth for almost 40 years and also has a family full of Bama fans I can honestly say that it is not even close. Bama fans are much, much worse.

  3. “Feel how cold my hands are honey.”

  4. Dog in Fla

    “Throw me some beads Mister or I’ll show my tits on the Rupp Arena NBA-size Jumbotron…”

  5. Athens Dog

    “We both know the Cats suck……….but there’s something special for you when we get home”.

  6. “I wasn’t looking at Ashley Judd, honey. I promise!”

  7. mwo

    Do you remember that night you wanted to go bareback? Well……

  8. uglydawg

    #s 2 and 3 of the Fulmer triplets.

  9. Old DAWG

    Isn’t this a better choice to make fun of…
    Crop out the wife, so it’s the guy in the hat and the guy in front of him.
    “Who’s your daddy?”

  10. I got two words for ya baby, “Billy Clyde”.

  11. Reservoir Dawg

    When we get home, honey, I’ll be Bert and you be Jen. M’kay?

  12. W Cobb Dawg

    I think we can safely state these photos represent the typical uk and ut alums.

  13. W Cobb Dawg

    Not sure they were “separated at birth” brother Bluto. They are still together after all these years.

  14. Billy Mumphrey

    Wife: Don’t worry, honey. We’re a football school now.

  15. AusDawg85

    “Honey, I didn’t turn off the gas in the meth lab trailer before we left, did you?”

  16. Bulldog Joe

    “Ahhh. I see Calipari isn’t the only one here running a High Post.”