Winner of Eli's Cartoon Caption Contest No. 143


"Thank you, ma'am, now would you kindly inform the gentleman I am ready for                                              my interview???" 

                                           (by Dom Mancino)

                      "The man doing the interview is not here yet?"

                                         (by David Hoddinott)

 

My original caption: "Hi, sugarlips. What's the corporate policy on office romances?"

 

Yes, it's another tie!  Congrats to Dom Mancino on your eighth victory, and to David Hoddinott on a very big first victory. As of this moment, you are definitely two of the funniest people around!

Lots of interesting submissions this time. Here are the ones that were getting serious consideration:

"My skills? Ask me on a Saturday night!" (by John Platt)

"Good morning, Miss Personnel. I used to have my name on my desk too. " (by Eric)

"Hey babe, how do you want your eggs in the morning?" (by Rich Wolf)

"I don't work well with others, especially women your age." (also by Rich Wolf)

"I'd like one of your overseas positions. I'm wanted in 9 states here." (by Cary Antebi)

"Mind if I ask you a personal, personnel question, babe!" (by Tim Collins)

"Before we start, which position am I applying for again?" (by Ava Groth)

"Before we begin . . . have you ever heard of 'Undercover Boss'?" (also by David Hoddinott)

Good work, captioneers -- be on the lookout for the next contest in just a few short weeks.

 

 






Comments



Although, I found MOST of the captions amusing, this is the
FIRST TIME, that MY PICKS only matched ONE of YOUR PICKS!
The match was ... Before we start, which position am I applying for, again - by ava Groth. Maybe, a female/male difference of humour.
I can VISUALIZE, Archie Bunker, spouting out the sexist remark, of bringing in a male ... maybe, about twenty years ago, and
THEN ... I probably would have found it funny.
Rich Wolf's caption on sobering up first, brought a chuckle, and Diane's caption regarding leaving her hearing aid at home.

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