Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner February 27, 2011

Feb. 27, 2011
Congratulations to Cameron Watt for submitting the winning caption. See if you've got what it takes to be the next winner -- a new cartoon has been posted.
"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.

Write the caption; I can't hold the pose much longer!

Honorable Mentions

"I don't think you have a good grasp of the term 'nanotechnology.'" Submitted  by Kirby Hostetler; Barberton, Ohio

" I think there is a problem in your conversion to the metric system." Submitted  by Peter Greer

"Now I know what Le Bron James felt like when he had to carry his Cavalier teammates!" Submitted  by Chuck Lewis

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.


"Sorry Boss, I know I've had this Tank Design Review on my back for so long its become a drag!" Submitted  by Craig Watkinson; Nottingham, UK

"It's a new type of physical therapy . . . bolt for the back." Submitted  by Gabrielle Maksimovich

"Shipment for you. Where do you want it?" Submitted  by David Sartorelli; Bay St. Louis, Mo.

"Hey I found the part that was overlooked maybe we can get it installed now and run more efficient." Submitted  by Erasmo Carvajal, Jr.

"Holy fungi Batman, where'd you get the mushroom?" Submitted  by Lynn Wheat; Collierville, Tenn.

"You see! I do more than just carry my weight around here!" Submitted  by J Lourenco

"This brings a whole, new meaning to back-up piping!" Submitted  by Becky Saxena

"If this was a blow-up unit, I wouldn't be carrying it this way." Submitted  by Mike Jackson; St. Paul, Minn.

"Hey boss, I can't believe that you don't you think I'm carrying my fair share of the load around here!" Submitted  by Carl Schwanke; Columbia, Ill.

"Boy, you have a clean desk!" Submitted  by Philip Baker

"Bulk ordering for bottled water cost savings is one thing but you have taken our employee dehydration awareness campaign a little too far!" Submitted  by Jeffrey Wrede; Montvale, N.J.

"Let's see if we can make a martini in this thing." Submitted  by Randall Butler; Jackson, Tenn.

"I could not find a part number so I brought it in so you could match it for my order." Submitted  by Michael L. Stroud; Franklin, Ind.

"I know I'm new here, but are ear plugs supposed to be this big!" Submitted  by Ron Clouse

"Yeah, we got the shaft again." Submitted  by Kirby Hostetle;Barberton, Ohio

"And who gets the bottle of wine after this stopper goes in?" Submitted  by Dominic Iadonisi

"We found the plug!" Submitted  by Wayne Hammons; Clarksville, Tenn.

"Thanks for seeing me today Mr. Davis. I am with the Acme Machine Company, Large Parts Division. I would like to leave you a brochure and a sample of our work for your review." Submitted  by Chuck Lewis

"Maintenance sent me up here to show you that your Project Engineer ordered the wrong part!" Submitted  by Michael L. Chance; Calvert City, Ky.

"Cut-backs -- Only one bottle of drinking water per office. . . the boss didn't specify the size!!" Submitted  by Robert Valeri

"This is my new 'labor-saving' device." Submitted  by Philip Baker

"Here is the paperweight you ordered off-line. Can you check the size first next time?" Submitted  by Mervin Archer

"As you can see, the boss didn't like my idea. 'It could have been a lot more embarrassing, you ought to see how he made little Ernie take his idea out of the room!'" Submitted  by chuck Lewis

"Why do you have me carry this big bolt to you -- don't sit there looking glum." Submitted  by Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.

"I think the scale factor on the drawing might be wrong." Submitted  by Bob Andrew

If you don't want anything in here, then why such a big door?" Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"What weighs more, a ton of aluminum or a ton of steel?" Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"You could have told me the fork-lift operators were on strike." Submitted  by Kathy Ralph, Middleburg Heights, Ohio

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