Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner February 13, 2011

Feb. 13, 2011
Congratulations to Jay Sheerer 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.

I told you there was a Spike in the flow!

Honorable Mentions

"Well that explains a lot." Submitted  by Robert Andrew

"I'm still working on teaching him to fetch a Dogbone flange. He is getting close."  Submitted  by Don Fitchett

"Yeah, dog biscuits are a lot cheaper than electricity!" Submitted  by Pamela Starrett; Cincinnati, Ohio

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.


"The Final Test: See, I told you, no more issues with anything sticking or clogging these newly Teflon coated pipes. Not even “Chemi” can get a grip on them!" Submitted  by Dan Sacher; Wilmington, DE

"See that's the difference between them and us. . . they don't know that they're running around in circles and going nowhere." Submitted  by Paul PLante

"Aha! This is called a real Pig Iron material." Submitted  by Noor Muhammad

"New company policy to use alternative green energy!" Submitted  by J. Lourenco

"I thought you said this was supposed to be better than smart pigs?" Submitted  by Kevin A. Wilke; Red Deer, AB

"I say: Just a few inches more forward. It's almost in place!" Submitted  by Nídia Sá Caetano; Portugal

"He came to us from Boston -- working on that Big Dig!" Submitted  by Pamela Starrett; Cincinnati, Ohio

"Now I came to know how the vortex are getting generated. . . " Submitted  by Hari S Bajpai

"I told you the fine print in the spec. was wrong." Submitted  by Nicholas Taylor

"Hmmm . . . Do you think they are testing the latest fitness routine in the workplace?" Submitted  by Terri MacLachlan

"Is this really the new co-op in charge of the catalyst loading?" Submitted  by Doug Wilson ; Morristown, N.J.

"I feel bad about doing this on the lead lined pipes." Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"We gave you the scooby snack now hold up your end of the bargain." Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"Sure, he's fast and cheap, but his reports are illegible." Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"Yep, that's the problem." Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"I said to run a PIG through." Submitted  by Cameron Watt

"He thinks every flange has a 'Dogbone'" Submitted  by Don Fitchett

"This is how we flush the pipes." Submitted  by Don Fitchett

"To him he thinks it is a big exercise wheel." Submitted  by Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.

"He told me that this was the a new generetion of corollis flowmeter." Submitted  by Luis Miguel Cuellar Cardenas

"Unfortunately, I know how he feels." Submitted  by Linda Bob; Medina, Ohio

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