This isn't exactly the show-and-tell that this kid was hoping to have. Or, as R.F. Corderman of Bedford, Iowa, said: "Show and yell." More offerings:
"Go on, kid, give him a great big kiss!"
Sylvia Ranney, Omaha
"Hey, who is hypnotizing who here?!"
Eric Hansen, Omaha
Oh no! He has that hungry look in his eye!
Betty Rohwer, Fremont, Neb.
"Look deeply into my eyes, snake."
Dominic Pistillo, Omaha
He likes you because you have snake eyes.
John Balkovic, Omaha
Here, you take him.
Rachel Goerke, Elkhorn
I only have eyes and big stomach for you.
Dick Schell, Omaha
Lorraine Feind, Kearney, Neb.
"It looked smaller in the cage!"
Morgan Eisenhauer, senior, West Point-Beemer
Wait, do man-eating snakes eat boys?
Austin Brandt, eighth grade, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge
Don't look it in the eyes, kids.
Madison Webster, seventh grade, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge
BIG snakes, snails and puppy dog tails. That's what little boys are made of.
Therese Lenhart, Omaha
Heads or tails.
Vicki Burns, Omaha
This staring contest isn't fair. You don't have eyelids.
Sam Bojanski, Omaha
"I'd put it in the girls' restroom, but I'm afraid to touch it!"
D. David De Land, Bellevue
Are you sure that snake doesn't bite?
James Swanson, Kearney, Neb.
For show and tell I will hypnotize a snake.
Jan Anderson, Bellevue
Eyeeee! Too close for comfort!
Kay Abrahamsen, Omaha
Now who has the 'snake eyes.' "
Doug Burns, Omaha
It's bring a politician to school day.
Jack Kerrigan, Omaha
Startling Hissssssstory lesson: Don't tread on me!
Carolyn Rix, Fremont, Neb.
Oh my gosh, snake eyes!
Gayle Dahlkoetter, Homer, Neb.
You don't have to get in my face to make your point.
Jody Williford, Omaha
Ssso nice to ssssee you.
Dawna Pitts Nelson, Omaha
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