New Yorker caption contest #340

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.

 

“Okay, so this was a good start.  Next week at 11am?”

 

And don’t forget to vote from the picture posted 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.  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 #340

  1. 10 reasons for mountain climbing and cliff visions:

    1. It’s one session at a time on your way to your new world view
    2. Cliff hangers are valuable moments; do not waste the moment by rushing through it.
    3. Each plateau will have new meaning on your way to your ultimate goal.
    4. Remember this is your fantasy. Make the most of it.
    5. You missed your last session, too. So I met you halfway.
    6. You’re going to be disappointed, as you usually are, when you reach the top; let’s talk about it now.
    7. Discount sessions? Are you crazy? Do you know what this place costs me?
    8. I was a guru. The couch works better.
    9. You about to fall off this cliff. Come rest – let your life flash before your very eyes in comfort.
    10. Do not be afraid. Here on this couch is where we truly discover the true meaning of life.

    Lots of fun.

    Randy

    1. It’s one session at a time on your way to your new world view
    2. Cliff hangers are valuable moments; do not waste the moment by rushing through it.
    3. Each plateau will have new meaning on your way to your ultimate goal.
    4. Remember this is your fantasy. Make the most of it.
    5. You missed your last session, too. So I met you halfway.
    6. You’re going to be disappointed, as you usually are, when you reach the top; let’s talk about it now.
    7. Discount sessions? Are you crazy? Do you know what this place costs me?
    8. I was a guru. The couch works better.
    9. You about to fall off this cliff. Come rest – let your life flash before your very eyes in comfort.
    10. Do not be afraid. Here on this couch is where we truly discover the true meaning of life.

    Lots of fun.

    Randy

  2. “oh, hey dude! Are you here, like, seeking wisdom? Sit upon my couch and I’ll, like, make you wise.”

  3. I submitted on one of these but alas did not hear from the NYorker. Funny, I thought I came up with brilliance. :). I am following you, Rich, but I’m not getting alerts about your posts! I must report to the WP Happiness Engineers because you remind me about this and sooner or later, as writers, wouldn’t we all love to be published (even one line) in the New Yorker???!!

    • how or where are you looking for alerts about my posts? e-mail or through WP where you see a list of the blog posts from the people you follow?

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