I’m laughing at a lot of funny hoes, and I think that it’s not just a bad habit, but a habit that’s really a habit. When I was in third grade, I asked my parents if they made any of those funny hoes since they were young, and they said that they made one. They said that they made one and that they had never made one. They have never made one.

My parents had to make a joke to get my attention, I think, so they started making “hoco” captions. “Hooray!” “Oh, what a cute hoco!” and so on. They were usually in the back yard or by the pool.

I can’t imagine they would have made hoco captions if they had children.

They have since added a hoco caption to each of our blog posts, which is really fun and can be a great way to use up the hoco caption space.

One of the greatest things about blogging is the fact that we can do something for others. You can make a funny caption, and if others want to use it, you can add it to your post. Sometimes the only way to get someone to read your blog is to just make a funny caption. We’ve done this with a thousand different funny captions, and it’s just the beginning.

You’re probably wondering where to put a hoco caption, so I’ll answer that question. There are five hoco tags (and a few other options) to choose from. Hoco tags can be used as text or image captions.

Hoco tags can be used as text or image captions. It’s all up to you.

HOCO tags are short for “high-quality captioning options.” We use them to provide a way for readers to post captions of pictures of their own faces. You can add a HOCO tag to any blog post and see your caption at the bottom of that post, where it says “HOCO:” (as in “high-quality captioning options.”).

HOCO tags help provide a way for readers to post captions of pictures of their own faces. You can add a HOCO tag to any blog post and see your caption at the bottom of that post, where it says HOCO as in high-quality captioning options..