Monday, January 25, 2010

This Week's New Yorker Caption Contest

Here is my entry in this weeks New Yorker Caption Contest. Each week they provide the image and you provide the caption.

"You should schedule an abduction at least once a year."

Here's the leftovers...

It’s kind of the go-to Halloween costume for us proctologists.

Don’t worry my people train for this our whole lives.

I lost a silver space probe, would you mind getting up? You might be sitting on it.

I find the mask helps break the ice for what’s about to happen.

We’re gonna run a few test, then leave you naked and shivering along a country road.

What did you think universal health care was?

Here's this weeks nominees...

“I say we start the meeting without him.”
Submitted by Mark Templeman
Richmond, Va.

"I'm here to fix the coffee machine."
Submitted by Elana Klein
Brooklyn, N.Y.

"You're right. We'll need a second stimulus plan."
Submitted by Michael Harrington
Seattle, Wash.

I entered...

I'm afraid your weekend is still experiencing delays.


thomas said...

Damn man, you had a lot of good ones this week. That universal health care bit is so good it's almost worth sending it as a second entry under Michelle's name.

Caveat Production said...

Thanks Tom!

I just felt like everyone's going to enter the Universal Health Care one.

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