Caption Contest Winner

Caption Contest Das Tor
How many muscleheads does it take to change a light bulb? It takes 3; one to change it and two others to stand around saying: “your arms are sick bro” Photo: Ronny Siegel

This week’s caption contest winner is Dahida Vega ’14 for her caption submission: “How many muscleheads does it take to change a light bulb? It takes 3; one to change it and two others to stand around saying: “your arms are sick bro.” Congrats, Dahida!

Look for next week’s contest posting on www.facebook.com/dastornews and be sure to “Like” our page for your chance to win a $15 gift card to your choice of Chipotle, Starbucks or Yogurtini!

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