Caption Contest: Mark Zuckerberg parties it up, desi-style

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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg took a break from rewriting his company’s privacy policy last winter to attend the wedding of two of his employees in India. Facebook’s Principal Project Manager Ruchi Sanghvi and Director of Engineering Aditya Agarwal were married in January.

Fast Company reported these details about the ceremony back in February:

…Zuckerberg and more than a dozen past-and-present Facebook indispensables — including now-departed cofounders Adam D’Angelo and Dustin Moskovitz — trekked to a beach in Goa, India, for a week-long family celebration. Everyone dressed in costumed splendor; Zuckerberg looked fetching in a maroon silk sherwani. Women flashed henna tattoos. The groom arrived on horseback.

The photo above was one of five pictures from the wedding that were recently submitted to a photo contest on the Indian IT news site Techgoss. Receiving the photos was a big coup for the site, as they had unsuccessfully tried to photograph Zuckerberg both while he was in India for the wedding and during his 2008 trip to the country.

Of course, the first thing I thought when I saw this photo was that it was the perfect entry for a caption contest. So have at it, Mutineers. Leave your wittiest and most creative captions below.

(Via Valleywag)

25 thoughts on “Caption Contest: Mark Zuckerberg parties it up, desi-style

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for linking to our photo competition.

    Why stop at captions at Sepiamutiny? Do send in photos to our competition :)

    Thanks Bala Techgoss

  2. “Who needs disco lights when you can wear such reflective shiney clothes?”

  3. “Everybody lets CONGA”

    As a postcript, can I just add how much I fackin’ despise this smarmy-arsed git?! Thank you.

  4. I can dance better than Kate Gosselin! Dancing with the Stars should take notice!

  5. Mark Zuckerberg pretends to find a lonely sheep in Farmville, while dancing girls do “The Poke”, in a Facebook-themed Bollywood nautch numba.

  6. Wheeeee! Americans at a deysee wedding. Americans wearing traditional gear. Americans getting into the act and dancing to the dhol. Yawn. Why is this such a big deal for the author of this post? Like wot’s the point? Big coup my foot.

  7. Re: That ghori on the right. How do I “Like” her? How do I “Poke” her?

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