Monday, August 30, 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.

"Is that one of them newfangled horse-less,carriage-less,carriages?"

Here are the leftovers...

Careful, there's horse thieves around here.

Your horse needs to get back in the saddle again.

Here's this weeks nominees...

"He's been sitting there since the French Revolution."
Submitted by Mark Hersh
Chicago, Ill.

"Makes you want to think twice before donating body parts."
Submitted by Stephen Rangen
Los Angeles, Calif.

"So they have empty suits up here, too."
Submitted by Larry Rafferty
Kensington, Calif.

I entered...

"They don’t tell you what else happens when a bell rings."

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