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September 26, 2010

Contest: Caption This, Win Oils

By Mark Sisson
318 Comments

The Prize:

There’s a little shop in Denver that sells some of the finest olive oils on the country. EVOO Marketplace is offering a gift basket of two top shelf olive oils and two balsamic vinegars to the winner of today’s contest. If you’re an olive oil connoisseur, check out some of their more intense flavors like black truffel and blood orange olive oils.

But the oils don’t stop with olives. Tropical Traditions is back with another offering of coconut oil and palm oil. A 32 oz. jar of each, that’s half a gallon of delicious, healthy, tropical fat. A special note, this palm oil comes from family farms in West Africa, not Southeast Asia, so you can use this stuff knowing orangutans aren’t being wiped out for the benefit of your taste buds.

The Contest:

Caption contest! Here’s the photo:

Leave a caption in the comment board. Examples:

“Mammoth does not approve of red cup policy.”

“Who knew Capri pants were invented in the  Bronze age?”

Make your own. Best caption wins.

The Deadline:

Midnight, Tonight!

Who is Eligible:

Sorry non-USers, these are consumables. A prize of equal value will be substituted in the case of an international winner.

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318 Comments on "Contest: Caption This, Win Oils"

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Jon
Jon
6 years 2 days ago

The Million Mammoth March

ElizaGrok
ElizaGrok
6 years 2 days ago

Mammoth: “They should’ve just speared me, this is utterly humiliating.”

Alexander Ververis
6 years 2 days ago

Sesamestreet – The Early Years

alt:

All Hail the Snuffaluffagus

Aaron
Aaron
6 years 2 days ago

In these tough economic times, Mr. Snuffleupagus has to find work outside of Sesame Street.

Taylor
Taylor
6 years 2 days ago

Cups in hand, modern day cavemen migrate to their new watering hole.

Jaye Sunsurn
Jaye Sunsurn
6 years 2 days ago

“OMG, Paleo Hipsters!”

Murray
6 years 2 days ago

The “Grok Pride Parade” never really caught on like Jerry had hoped it would.

Wesam
Wesam
6 years 2 days ago

Mr. Snuffleupagus: Ok guys, really, are we on our way to Sesame Street? Because the spears, cups full of marinade, and bonfire up ahead are kinda freaking me out.

CNYmicaa
6 years 2 days ago

hahahahaha! I like your caption!

Ben
Ben
6 years 2 days ago

The Primal Blueprint: We love it…a lot.

Brian
Brian
6 years 2 days ago

No, no, no. The theme was ‘Hunters and Gatherers’, not ‘Punters and Blatherers’!

postermama
postermama
6 years 2 days ago

Follow me to the Primal cook out,BYOO (Bring your own oil).

Ely
Ely
6 years 19 hours ago

byo mammoth.

Murray
6 years 2 days ago

Guy in the blue shirt- “just keep walking…don’t make eye contact…DON’T drink the Kool-Aid.”

Becca Ne'
Becca Ne'
6 years 2 days ago

I love this one! I couldn’t help laughing aloud! 🙂

shannon
shannon
6 years 2 days ago

Grok attends his reunion at Princeton. He was class of 5000 BC.

Pat
Pat
6 years 2 days ago

Here’s mine:

“Flintstones: Beta House”

Ryan
Ryan
6 years 2 days ago

The mammoth bides his time – awaiting the moment when he can strike… The cavemen think they have him but they will soon find they are mistaken. His cunning is legendary.

Sean
6 years 2 days ago

New Mexico.
Where the men are men.
The women are men.
And the mammoths run scared.

rok out with ur grok out
rok out with ur grok out
6 years 2 days ago

“John Goodman and Rosie O’donnell’s live action Flintstones was better”

Russ
6 years 2 days ago

The primal hunting party was one of the most efficient predatory packs in all of human history as evidenced by their lifelike mammoth decoy, spears, animal hides, fluorescent shoe laces and, of course, the wife beater undershirt.

Elle
Elle
6 years 2 days ago

Primal Parades: Wardrobe Malfunctions Waiting to Happen

anzy
anzy
6 years 2 days ago

What my friends picture when I tell them I’ve gone Primal

Jack
Jack
6 years 2 days ago

They said they are taking me to a “Primal Cookout!” I hope it’s fun!

Ariana
Ariana
6 years 2 days ago

Is the moon blue? It’s Primal PETA rally!

Yilan
Yilan
6 years 2 days ago

21st century Flintstones, with pink shoelaces

Elle
Elle
6 years 2 days ago

The “Primal Party” March on Washington was foiled by in-fighting over the age-old question: is this beer primal?

Peggy
Peggy
6 years 1 day ago

hee hee

Shebeeste
Shebeeste
6 years 2 days ago

We’re here! We spear! Get used to it!

Elenor
Elenor
6 years 1 day ago

This is the one. This is superb! Way to go!

Martyn
Martyn
6 years 2 days ago

WARNING: Drinking coconut oil may result in Primal urges!

Elle
Elle
6 years 2 days ago

The Yuppie Caveman can be easily spotted by a few key characteristics:
– Plastic cups
– Reusable Bags
– Socks with sandals
– Drunkenly hitting on Cavewoman and then passing out in own vomit

Jackson
Jackson
6 years 2 days ago

The Geico cavemen’s assimilation into modern society was not without its difficulties.

Griffin
Griffin
6 years 2 days ago

The mammoth is completely unsuspecting as the human tribe (collegius fratius) lures their prey back to their dorm room.

mehitabel
mehitabel
6 years 2 days ago

hunting party

Andrea
6 years 2 days ago

I didn’t know Mr. Snuffelupagus joined a frat.

Erin
6 years 2 days ago

Alpha Omega Mammoth

Martin Hayden
Martin Hayden
6 years 2 days ago

Too bad there isn’t a P.E.T.A for prehistoric animals

christine
christine
6 years 2 days ago

Flintstones Frat Party

Gordon Jensen
Gordon Jensen
6 years 2 days ago

Sid! Put that down before you hurt yourself.

Rachel
Rachel
6 years 2 days ago

“Wow, people on the Standard American Diet sure make good mammoth props for primal parades.”

theemptynutjar
6 years 2 days ago

Fred, Betty, Wilma, and Barney were on to something.

Kelly
Kelly
6 years 2 days ago

The few. The proud. The primal.

Asturian
Asturian
6 years 2 days ago

Yabadabadoo!

You can be primal too.

Chris Krage
6 years 2 days ago

Grok’s mammoth march on Washington. No frankenfish for us!

grokowitz
grokowitz
6 years 2 days ago

“And, tonight, we feast…on snuffalupugus. dibs on his liver”

paul
paul
6 years 2 days ago

Back to the Future!

Chris Krage
6 years 2 days ago

No animals were hurt during the filming of this march.

James
James
6 years 2 days ago

Grok-apalooza!

Mike
Mike
6 years 2 days ago

If they only knew that we weren’t pretending…

anzy
anzy
6 years 2 days ago

We couldn’t make it to PrimalCon this year, so we had to improvise!

misathemeb
6 years 2 days ago

Alternate PETA (PEOPLE for the Eating of Tasty Animals)

Rodney
Rodney
6 years 2 days ago

How many times do I have to tell you…

DON’T PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD!!!

marcadav
marcadav
6 years 2 days ago

“Back to the Future– A Primal Look at Life”

John
John
6 years 2 days ago

Mammoth…It’s what’s for dinner.

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