Welcome to the Moment Magazine Cartoon Caption Contest, founded with the help of New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff, and drawn by New Yorker cartoonist Ben Schwartz.
Do you have a way with words and humor? If so, look at the cartoon below and send us a caption—or two or three! Plus scroll down to vote for your favorite caption. It’s free and fun!
Winners may claim a free Moment subscription for a friend of family member. Contest open to U.S. residents 18 and above.
Submit a caption for this cartoon by December 20th by
writing it in as a comment at the bottom of this page!
Vote for your favorite caption by filling out the form immediately below!
“So, what are we looking for?” —Adrian Storisteanu, Toronto, ON, Canada
“On your mark… get set… shuffle! —Jim Gorman, Thousand Oaks, CA
“There’s only enough Social Security for one of you.” —Debby Prigal, Washington, DC
Chuckle at the September/October 2016 winning caption and see who wrote it!
“Lenny, you should have told me you wanted the Herman Wouk before I put these in alphabetical order.”
—Laurence Paskowitz, Forest Hills, NY
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR CAPTION(S)
Submit as a comment below by December 20, 2016. Finalists will appear in the January/February 2017 issue. To vote for the winner of the July/August 2016 contest (see finalists above), use the “vote form.”
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