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.
“Horsepower? You call that horsepower?”
Now 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.
24 thoughts on “#newyorker caption contest 343”
You think just once I would get a window seat
Gives all new meaning to riding with the top down.
nice one. i have to hold off on my captions. i write down the first thing that comes to my head. i should give it more time. thanks.
Comin’ for to carry you home.
oh, ouch. but it works.
It would be a designated driver service.
So, looking for the caption contest, I found an article about The Boss. Thanks again. We should get together and watch Eddie and the Cruisers.
yep, i found that too. i think the magazine is not available just yet though. looking forward to it.
i always felt eddie and the cruisers was more about jim morrison but using a bruce-like image for a new york audience.
Okay. I went by “Wordman” for about a decade….just saying.
caption: It’s great on gas. In fact, from where I stand, there is a lot!
please send that to the new yorker. thanks!
“Madam, your chariot awaits.”
🙂 send that in to the new yorker ms.
“The ad in the paper said you were looking for your knight in shining armour. Your chariot awaits, my dear!”
hee hee. i dare you to send that in.
“What do you mean horse shit? I was here first, lady!”
he definitely was first. thanks. send that to the new yorker. if they don’t like the profanity, they need to lighten up.
Yeah, parking’s a bitch, but I can plow and fertilize in one pass. And the Spartacus costume is just cool. Wanna see my Kirk Douglas impersonation?
excellent. please send that to the new yorker.