Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner December 2, 2012

Congratulations to George M. Hudak for penning the winning caption for the cartoon below. Think you can top that funny? Be sure to check out our newest cartoon.

"Comical Processing" features drawings by award-winning cartoonist Jerry King. It’s our way of letting you take a break from all the serious stuff you deal with at work — by coming up with appropriate light-hearted captions.

Now you know why no one else bid on it!

Honorable Mentions

"Here is the new espresso machine for the executives lunch room." Submitted by Bill Ebbinghouser

"You're the envy of every microbrewery in town. " Submitted by Dale Stout

"We were able to find the size you needed up in the mountains of Kentucky, but I’m still picking buckshot out of my rear." Submitted by Joe Davis, Webster Groves, MO

Other Submissions

"Don't ask me. . . I just deliver the stuff. Let your moral compass be your guide." Submitted by Aiden Williams

"Well here's your prototype. 'Man, I sure hope I'm off sick the day the finished one needs delivered!'" Submitted by Chuck Lewis

"So you're here by yourself and you have never driven a forklift? Bummer!!! " Submitted by Chuck Lewis

"We heard your career was in the tank...sign here." Submitted by Dale Stout

"Can you bring it inside please" Submitted by Frank Malek

"Agitator? No sir! I am just a delivery man." Submitted by George M. Hudak

"Sight glass? No, nothing on the BOL about a sight glass." Submitted by George M. Hudak

"Cool! A breast cancer awareness vessel for making breast cancer treatment drugs." Submitted by George M. Hudak

"We’re going Pink now, the Green revolution has stalled!" Submitted by George M. Hudak

"Pink vessels, Pink Ribbons… Can’t we just focus on making good products?" Submitted by George M. Hudak

"You wouldn’t believe the number of DOT permits we need to haul it these way." Submitted by Harold Paine

"Shake well after use." Submitted by Jatin Shah

"You forgot to push the radio button specifying you wanted a lab bench unit." Submitted by Joe Davis, Webster Groves, MO

"You wrote “cubic meters”… not “cubic centimeters”… so just sign and put it in your lab!" Submitted by Raul Sabadi, Paramaribo

"I’ve got a delivery ticket for a reactor of unknown usage." Submitted by Robert Andrew

"Oh… I guess somebody miss-entered the units, Your PO says millimeters, and my paperwork was for meters… So where do you want it?" Submitted by Robert Andrew