Winner of Eli's Cartoon Caption Contest No. 142


   "So, your main responsibility will be to hack into my competitors' accounts."

                                          (by Mel Tanenbaum)

    "Your main role will be to get me up to speed. After you teach me how to                                    snapchat, I'll need a lesson on memes."

                                                (by Sharon)

 

My original caption: "But if I ever need someone to sell lemonade, I'll certainly give you a call."

 

Yes, it's another tie! Congrats, Mel Tanenbaum and Sharon, on your victories. This is Mel's third win and Sharon's sixth, so there's no doubt about who are two of the funniest people around.

There were loads of good captions submitted this time, and here are the others that were under serious consideration:

"Yes, we do hand out lollipops to employees who get through the whole day without crying." (by David Grand)

"I am sure you can bounce the ball extremely high . . . but that's not the kind of Bouncer we're looking for." (by Kay Ralph)

"No, we can't continue this on text." (by Rich Wolf)

"Yes, I make enough money to buy my own lunch, and sometimes with ice cream, too." (by Bruce Morgenstern)

"So, whose performance review are we doing today?" (by Beth Ginsberg)

"I'm sorry Tim, but we at the Daily Bugle no longer need people in distribution. Stay in school and learn all about live streaming, whatever that is." (by Brendan Gannon)

"You would be perfect for this job, but you do not meet the height requirement." (by Diane)

"Yes son, this is where dad moves and shakes." (by Kelasher)

"We'll finish up after your nap." (also by Rich Wolf)

"Your timing is perfect. We just opened up a junior executive position." (by Cary Antebi)

"No, I'm afraid picking up your own toys doesn't count as work experience." (by David Hoddinott)

And a special topical/political caption nod of appreciation to Gary for : "I appreciate your creativity in trying to stop the government shutdown . . . but I don't know if a wall made out of Legos will do the trick."

A new Contest will be up shortly, captioneers -- look for it .  . . and thanks for participating.






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