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Moment Cartoon Caption Contest

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In each issue, we publish a cartoon drawn by New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff. Suggested captions for this cartoon must be submitted as a comment (“reply” at the bottom of this page) by August 10, 2014. Finalists will appear in the September/October issue. To vote for the winner of the May/June 2014 contest (see finalists above), use the “vote form,” below. To view Moment‘s past Cartoon Caption Contest winners and finalists, click here.

Vote For Your Favorite Cartoon Caption

Vote for the winner of the May/June contest! The winner will receive a free subscription to Moment to give to a friend. Any U.S. resident age 18 or older can enter.

26 comments

  1. Polly Schoenfeld

    Caption suggestion for Sept/Oct 2014 Mankoff cartoon–turtle on a leash

    “No, we don’t mind….. He’s known since he was a hatchling.”

  2. Not to worry. He’s fixed.

  3. Lawrence Wood

    No offense taken. Lots of pets resemble their owners.

  4. Lawrence Wood

    He can stay and heel, but not roll over.

  5. “I’ll be here all week.”

  6. “My wife still says I’m too fast.”

  7. LEON H. GILDIN

    I wonder what their kids will look like.

  8. “Three of my blocks are equal to about fifty of yours.”

  9. We’re working on stamina for the race.

  10. Lawrence Wood

    He’s a mutt.

  11. Lawrence Wood

    He’s a mixed breed.

  12. Lawrence Wood

    Dog walking is a young man’s game.

  13. Lawrence Wood

    Does your dog snap?

  14. Lawrence Wood

    He loves to fetch, but who has the time?

  15. William Agress

    I’m Seymour Turtleman and this is Sheldon.

  16. William Agress

    In human years he is 7, but in turtle years he’s 49.

  17. William Agress

    In human years he is 49 , but in turtle years he’s 7.

  18. For our 60th birthdays we’ve decided to exercise more.

  19. Yeah, I’m not feeling it. Gimme my dog back.

  20. I’m afraid ol’ George is slowing down, Burt.

  21. “Believe me, it’s no walk in the park.”

  22. He’s getting ready for a big race.

  23. “He’s coming out of his shell.”

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