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. I’m a little disappointed it involves an airplane because two weeks ago was set on a plane too.
I tried to tell the officer that my license was in my other suit, but he just said, “Tell it to the judge.”
Meanwhile, get on with your creative bad self and come up with a caption. You can’t win if you don’t enter. Also, click on the picture below if you’d like to vote for one of the finalists from last week’s cartoon. Picture. Thing.
35 thoughts on “New Yorker caption contest #339”
“I just want someone else to do the flying for once.”
well done. thanks. enter that.
What the hell are you doing here? Why aren’t you out there winging it yourself? Well golly Mr. Luthor,…if you’d stop being such an asshole all the time, my arms wouldn’t be so tired.
thanks miss. but i don’t think the new yorker will accept profanity, but i LIKE it.
what do they know anyway…nothing wrong with a good clean curse word. besides…only care if YOU like it. 😉
oh goodness, my ego…
uh huh 🙂
O’ Rich this is grand!
thanks miss, but not nearly as grand as what you weave together.
nonetheless – your hit the nail, often.
thank you sir.
Frequent Fligher Miles…
This is a first step in my overcoming my newly developed acrophobia. I’ll go it alone the next time.
thanks. nice one. gonna enter?
I did already.
While I was there I voted for Cartoon 337 which I thought this caption was hilarious:
“Yes, I asked very politely. But he still says the rest room in there is for employees only.”
“I know, I know. I should take this map up to the cockpit and ask the pilot for directions.”
thanks. i hope you’re going to enter that on the new yorker site.
I did 🙂
Given my vision, TSA offered me a job as a screener.
please enter that one.
339 – “if you think this is ironic, The Flash drives to Justce League meetings in a Prius.”
brilliant. please enter that on their site.
“These things go down, you know.”
oh, that can be grim. i hope you enter it on the new yorker site. thanks.
I like yours!!!! Who knew you were funny???
I did. My kid. A few ex gf’s. But mainly me.
You could have told me!
Sawwwwry. (Love to know how it matters…)
“So, you’re using your frequent flyer points too?”
Thanks. I hope you enter that.
“I thought I’d try a commercial flight for a change.”
Great. Now enter that on the new Yorker page.
They only take Americans. Do you think I should sue for discrimination?
nah. won’t work