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.
“Of all the things to ask, you want to know if his name is Jerry?”
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. “I’m up here.”
Submitted by Jake Lane, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y
2. “I think the hormones are kicking in.”
Submitted by Eugene L. Morgulis, Boston, Mass.
3. “Don’t laugh—it got my uncle out of the Army.”
Submitted by Ric Teller, Santa Clarita, Calif.
14 thoughts on “#newyorker magazine caption contest #357”
“Oh well, if you must know, I have been having an affair with the post-it man.”
Love number three…
go vote! they’ll appreciate it.
“Uh-oh! I think our number’s up!”
I wondered how long it would take you to put this together
He’s not finished yet.
It’s about time you connected the dots.
He told me I complete him.
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So you think you can just finish what I’ve started?
i recently started entering captions and i do not know who is so punch drunk to choose the finalists. Some are fine others just make you wonder, am i missing something. hey, don’t put my name down, i do have a life time to hopefully win.
Yes, some finalists are obscure references or seem like inside jokes.
You want us to do it again? Can’t you see that he’s smiling and I’m not!
PS: Guess who is substituting on CNN this morning?
i’m watching ms. baldwin now. a happy surprise, but a dull outfit.
Nice color for her.