Welcome back to Slate’s weekly caption contest. All we’re going to say about this week’s photograph is that it’s more than 20 years old. Post your captions—20 words or fewer—in the comments section. (Bonus points to anyone who can guess what year it was taken.)
We should have known what we were in for when we posted this photo, but wow–some of you have amazingly dirty minds.
The winner: David Amrine
It then suddenly became starkly obvious to Hillary why Bill had so highly recommended the new TSA Exhibit.
The runner-up: Freshjessie
It would have been a lot easier if I had married this guy and made him president instead.
The actual caption, provided by Getty Images: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks at a statue as she tours the Acropolis Museum in Athens on July 17, 2011, before signing a Cultural Memorandum of Understanding on import restrictions for archaeological finds between the U.S. and Greece. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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