Saturday, May 3, 2014

My Entry in the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest #425

Dearly beloved, this is my entry in the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest #425 for April 28, 2014. The drawing is provided by P. C. Vey. The caption is provided by me.

"Our staff always gives their all."

Here are a few other captions:
"He said he'd never give up the Lazlo account."
"It was his dying wish."
"This may explain the lag in accounts receivable."
"His exact words were 'you'll move me to a cubicle over my dead body.'"
"Come meet our last employee of the year."

May 5, 2014 Update: The Finalists

May 20, 2014 Update:  Winning Caption

Note:  Why would anyone do their laundry in the middle of the desert?  My entry in Contest #424 is still in the rinse cycle here.

I happen to like my previous entries for P. C. Vey's Cartoon Caption Contests, but the editors don't necessarily agree with my assessment.


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