"Don't look now, but I believe your snake is strangling that dog."
Samantha Church (Chicago, IL)
In Caption Contest 164 (David Borchart's person storming out of goat-infested house), the nominees are
"Come sweater season, you'll be back."My loser:
Travis Gosselin (Chicago, IL)
"You're the one who left your fertility drugs on the counter."
Andy Wehrley (New York, NY)
"Could you bring me back a goat?"
Clif Dickens (Lexington, KY)
"Could you check to see if the paper was delivered?"What I should've submitted:
"I'm sorry if I got your goat."
The winner of Anti-Caption Contest 165 is currently undeclared.
Caption Contest 166 is here. Anti-Caption Contest 166 is here.
Here is the current New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest breakdown by state. You can find it all mapped out here.
29 CaliforniaMap Introduction
26 New York (23 from the Big Apple)
13 New Jersey
9 Virginia (four from NOVA, two from Richmond, one from Charlottesville, one from Newport News, one from Roanoke)
6 Illinois (five from Chicago—two captions by Lawrence Wood, two drawings by Leo Cullum)
5 Connecticut (two from New Haven, three not)
5 North Carolina (two from Charlotte)
5 Texas (three from Houston)
4 Arizona (two from Tucson)
4 Georgia (includes two-time winner Carl Gables)
4 Maryland (none named Mary)
3 Minnesota (Minneapolis 2, St. Paul 1)
2 District of Columbia
2 New Hampshire
2 Oregon (both named Eric, both from Portland)
2 Rhode Island
1 Louisiana (New Orleans)
1 New Mexico
Thanks to Andriy Bidochko for Map Builder.
Satirical "Eustace K. Tilley" illustration realized by Deborah Grumet from concept by David Marc Fischer