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.
“Sorry. I thought maybe a focus group would help me focus.”
“Well, they said to call if it lasts more than four hours.”
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 two week’s ago.
1. “Come on! Do you have any idea how long it took to get through the turnstiles?”
Submitted by Michael Briddon, Cambridge, Mass.
2. “Sheep Meadow? No, we wanna see the ‘Seinfeld’ diner.”
Submitted by Jon Bander, Astoria, N.Y.
3. “For your information, I have a client who has a lot of trouble sleeping.”
Submitted by Richard Lee, Santa Monica, Calif.
14 thoughts on “#newyorker magazine caption contest #353”
at times, yes, thanks miss.
The gin and tonic just hasn’t kicked in yet…
please submit that to the new yorker magazine!
I finally had a caption for one of their illustrations! Thanks big brain-snorts! They probably wont chose it because it is about san francisco. but the rental market is so bad here it has made national news… so who knows! 😉
These orgies really aren’t like they used to be.
Come on guys, Bill has been testing our prototype for hours and we STILL haven’t developed a plan for making her sound like less of a beach ball.
I don’t think they are progressive enough to accept how excellent that is.
One for the money, two for the show. They seem to be ready, so let show them what we know.
oh dear. do they have the guts to pick that? i doubt it.
i just added another caption to my post.
Good one! Tough to pick between the two.