Friday, August 10, 2007

QQF: The New Yorker Cartoon Contest



Update 8/12: Here's what I submitted:

"One small breakthrough in the lab, and he insisted he gets to go to Disneyland."

I have been repeatedly unloved by the New Yorker cartoon judges, but I will not give up.

Join in yourself. You can enter your caption here. I'm still thinking about mine. We have until Sunday night at midnight.

2 comments:

Tim Footman said...

My favourite New Yorker cartoon was one from about 1970. Two commuters on the subway, reading their papers. One says to the other:

"Laos? Cambodia? Why can't we stay in Vietnam, where we belong?"

The names change, but the story stays the same.

M.A.Peel said...

I didn't know New Yorker cartoons once had such a political bent.

But Tim, this anecdote isn't helping me with a caption for the current puzzle. It's a tough one.