Monday, June 18, 2018

My Entry in The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest #620

Here is my entry in The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest #620 for June 18, 2018. The drawing is by Drew Dernavich.

"Surely it can't make things any worse."



This one just left me hanging:
"So then we WERE living in a world made of papier-mâché?"


June 25, 2018 Update:  The Finalists


July 2, 2018 Update:  I forgot to vote, but I like the first caption.


Note:  Last week cartoonist Mick Stevens revisited the Arthurian legend of the Sword in the Stone at an office desk. My caption didn't have any pull. Hold a round table discussion on Contest #619.

Go ahead. Take a swing at my old blog posts about Drew Dernavich.


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