So, like last time, you can put your caption here as a comment. But better yet is to click on the picture, go to the New Yorker magazine website, and enter your caption in their contest.
And don’t forget to vote on entries from two weeks ago.
Meanwhile, get on with your creative bad self and come up with a caption. You can’t win if you don’t enter.
My caption for this one:
“Either he’s really early or we’re really late.”
19 thoughts on “The New Yorker caption contest #333”
That’s brilliant! I was looking at the drawing and nothing was coming (it’s true that I’ve been up for about 24 hours but sometimes that helps – not this time) then I scrolled down, saw yours and burst out laughing.
Thank you kindly.
Meet George Jetson.
I like your wit and lmao about the “get on with your creative bad self”
“Honey, Do you know him?”
“No, I thought he was a friend of yours.”
makes sense! thanks.
Who would have the courage to enter after having read your caption! No wonder I don’t get the New Yorker cartoons. I’m a little slow. 🙂 You are something else, Rich. I agree with Lady D. That caption is brilliant.
your words are too kind, but i’m tattooing them on myself so i can always get a little inspiration from it.
Nice caption! I enjoy these cartoons 🙂
And tnx for likes and subs!
nothing to thank me for. have a great day and thanks for stopping by.
Great comment…hope you win…you’ve got my vote!
Did you win? 😉
the caption will run this week. during next week, they’ll sort out three finalists. then the following week, those three finalists will be open for online voting.
uh, I don’t think we are in Kansas anymore…..
Guess we aren’t. Thanks!