"This is not what I had in mind when I wrote on my match.com profile that I liked 'snowballing.' I just meant that I like for guys to ejaculate in my mouth so I can spit it into theirs. This is sick!"My submissions were
"I thought I'd find happiness after I quit the convent, but now I've got two bad habits to break! Ha!! (hacking cough follows)"The selected nominees for the New Yorker's Caption Contest #40 are (as Dan Radosh already noted) better than usual. Radosh favors
"Nick, does this thing have anything to do with The Game?"
"So, Bubble Boy...how does it feel to be a Snow Man?"
"So it's true what they say about Energizers!"
"Now I'm in the mood for Jon Stewart."
"This is why I love garage sales." (apologies to Scott Fitzpatrick)
"I had a ball. I really had a ball."
"I think the Manhattan skyline is getting suspicious."but I also like the other two:
"I just wish we could talk about something other than global warming."What was my entry, you ask?
"Well, that was abominable."
"I wish I knew how to quit you!"I should have used something from Crash.
The winner of Anti-Caption Contest #40 (church interior as down-and-out bar) is John with
"Hey! I thought this was a church! But it's not! It's in fact a bar!"My loser was
"Harumph! Is there no end to Communion reform?"Shifting over to Caption Contest #38 (living room scene with dog dancing), the winner is Gloria Feinberg of Philadelphia with
“That's the last time we brag about our kids.”Congrats to Gloria, whose victory strengthens Pennsylvania's second-place standing!
Caption Contest #42 is here; Anti-Caption Contest #42 is here.
Image by David Marc Fischer using Samsung cameraphone