Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption

New year, new cartoon. Dazzle us with your funny captions.

Chemical Processing features drawings by award-winning cartoonist Jerry King.

Please complete the form below the cartoon to submit your caption. The winning caption will be featured on our Web site and in the Chemical Processing Weekly eNewsletter.

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Current Submissions

" I'm sure the maintenance guys are having fun with us but this time they have gotten really creative." Submitted by Christopher Spoor, Oklahoma

"It's not bad enough that we have to make a protective case for the worlds largest cell phone, but it's not square!" Submitted by Chuck Lewis, Ohio

""Do you think it's close enough? " Keep in mind that we produce horse shoes and hand grenades here." Submitted by Chuck Lewis, Ohio

"Well Fred, I say we just take the average and call it good." Submitted by Dan Diamantstein, Georgia

" And I thought installing it with the right side up would be the hard part" Submitted by Fred Durrenberger, Missouri

"Incoming QC said it was OK! Go with it." Submitted by Gary Wierson, Iowa

"We toll T the knowbs off so no one can change the setti! Brilliant, right?" Submitted by George Hudak, Texas

"Since when did Big Blue start getting into process control?" Submitted by George Hudak, Texas

" I guess we'll have to stop drawing bubbles on these..." Submitted by Gregory Sykes, Texas

"You can tell your wife that bigger isn't always better. I think we need to use the smaller level." Submitted by Jeanne Clark, Texas

" Maybe something is spinning in there because I'm pretty sure we're not." Submitted by John Ewanish, Ohio

"Did we lose orbital stability again? How long did NASA say the warranty lasts on these magnetic shoes?" Submitted by Keith Brenneman, South Carolina

"I swear it was level just a second ago." Submitted by Kerwin Orr, Ohio

"We need some natural intelligence." Submitted by KRISHNAN SAHASRANAMAN, India

" Do you thing that the Management of Change process will cover this?" Submitted by Lee Harrison, Virginia

" Is there a field on the MOC form that covers this?" Submitted by Lee Harrison, Virginia

"Tell HR they need to review their hiring criteria for engineers: installing a recirculating pump on level bubbles is not going to cut it with me..." Submitted by Martin Tremblay, Quebec, Canada

"The level indicates PTSD from over exhaustion." Submitted by Marvin Sager, Maryland

"This level is much easier to read...another perfectly level install and nobody else around, here to witness it." Submitted by Michael Boggs, Ohio

"Have you verified your calibration certification label?" Submitted by Nelson Jaramillo, Venezuela

"Is This the New High Performance HMI! I believe they are going to install it on Mars!" Submitted by Rabih Zayed, Quebec, Canada

"We're going to need a LOT more shims!" Submitted by Reece McHenry, Kansas

"Who cares about conflicting level indicators, they mounted the unit on its side." Submitted by Richard Kajander, Michigan

"Best guess is that there are a couple of sleeping cats up there, warping the gravitational field, or it's quantum black-holes and we're in real trouble." Submitted by Robert Bauer, Michigan

"Joe: I'm pretty sure this isn't what we meant when we asked for a larger level indicator. Mark: I don't care. What do you make of those readings?" Submitted by Romain Raballand, France

" You can tell it's straight because the first bubble in the side tube moved to the top tube, and the top bubble moved to the down tube. It's very technical." Submitted by Sandy Exum, Georgia

"I'm guessing that the maintenance guys bought this from that US Government supply company that charges $100 for a hammer." Submitted by Scott Mourier, West Virginia

"So how do we get this rig level, now that we're in orbit?" Submitted by Stephen Needre, Virginia

"I told them not to purchase the imported level!" Submitted by Tim Feider, Wisconsin

" Where did you get this level, Costco?" Submitted by Tom Rybarczyk, California