The Stitch in Time that Saved Two

I’m very glad that Caleb, getting home, was eager to send me a picture of his shorts to prove that when he was hanging out on the patio in the History Channel’s Top Shot reality shooting series, he wasn’t in danger of literally hanging out on the patio. I’ve always wanted a picture of Caleb’s shorts, and now my long time dream has been fulfilled:

Caleb: "The shorts in question. I SEE NO HOLE, GOOD SIR."

I call them as I see them. It sure did look like a hole, and I’m not one to pass up a good ribbing on Caleb. So for now I will close this amusing chapter in the Top Shot drama. Well, maybe after his radio call-in show tonight I’ll close it.

4 thoughts on “The Stitch in Time that Saved Two”

  1. It’s been Photoshopped. I can tell from the pixels and by having seen quite a few shops in my time.

  2. Seriously can’t we just make fun of Caleb for his glaring Indiana non-tan?

    His farmer’s tan plus his wearing black socks with white shoes, is enough for me to mock him… I need no hole in his britches for ammunition.

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