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This week's cartoon-caption contest at NewYorker.com is a good one -- lots of possibilities here. Feel free to leave caption ideas as comments, as I will.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest
Matthes said: "Look lady, just point out the guy you said sold your soul."
"Is the man who flashed you in this line-up?"
"You don't see anyone behind the glass? Wow, you really are an atheist."
"Do you see the man who posed as a statue in the ladies' bathroom?"
You are like a caption PEZ dispenser, Sleek. :) Well done!“I could have them turn to the side again, lady. But is that really necessary?”
"Do you see the man who set fire to your church?"
“You know it’s a two-way mirror lady, but are you saying they can still see your soul?”
Now that you have seen the latest technology in crutches, let's take a look at the tried and true ancient crutches.
Talk about a God complex.
Clash, if I may borrow your fine concept:"Don't worry, they can't see you. Well, maybe the guy on the left can."
"Do you see the man who set fire to your bush?"
Even if you identify the culprit, I can't guarantee you'll get your soul back.
"Don't worry m'am they can't see you. Just point to the one you say commanded you to do it"
"Pick who you want lady... it ain't gonna hold up in court since we all know that there is no God."
"Do you see the man who stole your free will?"
"I can't wait for Law and Order to rip your story from the headlines, lady."
Mam, I am not lying the title is really Touchy Feely.
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