Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner December 12, 2010

Dec. 12, 2010
Congratulations to Douglas G. Mancosky of Rome, Ga., for submitting the winning caption to the Comical Processing cartoon. 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.

Be thankful for the boat, this is one time it's best to not be part
of the solution!

Honorable Mentions

"Is that guy still watching us through the keyhole?" Submitted  by  Rob Falconer

"There is one silver lining to our situation.Your Mother's TOO FAT to squeeze down the bottle and ruin another vacation! " Submitted  by  Chuck Lewis

"Well to be fair Mildred. . . the vacation ad did feature complete protection against possible pirate attacks while cruising fantastic seas." Submitted  by  Rod Mueller; Hertford, N.C.

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.


"I'm sorry sweatheart, but this was the only way that Earl's Boats would let a blind man rent a boat." Submitted  by  Joe Mrnka

"How was I supposed to know you need a ladder for a ship in a bottle . . ." Submitted  by  Mike Jackson; St. Paul, Minn.

"See, I told you not to be rubbing that boiling flask and wishing about vacation at the same time." Submitted  by  Harold Paine

"You said you had to come along when you heard I was presenting at the "Scaling up to Industrial Levels, The Hundred Million Gallon" conference in Hawaii." Submitted  by  Lawrence Johnson; Mill Valley, Calif.

"Jenie, If you can't get out to your vacation, I can bring the vacation to you!" Submitted  by  Becky Saxena

"It may be a boat in a bottle but you did not specify when you asked if we could go for a boat ride." Submitted  by  Fred Durrenberger

"What were you expecting from a date with the Tidy-Bowl Man?" Submitted  by  Paul Plante

"I told you that this would happen. . .just be glad we didn’t sink." Submitted  by  Lon Bauer

". . . you did say you wanted to circle the global for our next vacation." Submitted  by  Jeff Haus.

"That's the last time I book a vacation from that website." Submitted  by  Kirby Hostetler; Barberton, Ohio

"No, I will not stop and ask for directions!" Submitted  by  Kirby Hostetler; Barberton, Ohio

"What? You have to go to the bathroom now?" Submitted  by  Paul Plante

"I think those people on the outside are wondering what we are going to do next." Submitted  by  Paul Plante

"Really!?! Your big concern is that the water is so green!!" Submitted  by  Peter Spath

"You thought the glass ceiling was bad!" Submitted  by  Kevin Willey; Phillipsburg, N.J.

"'s not a glass bubble, really. More like something you'd find in a lab." Submitted  by  Margaret Steinrich

"I've heard enough so just put a cork in it! On second thought . . .scrap the cork idea." Submitted  by  Chuck Lewis

"Row faster and we may get out? Marge . . . Is the heat getting to you or are you getting blonder!" Submitted  by  Chuck Lewis

"I know we're suppose to be relaxing, but for some reason, I feel all bottled up inside." Submitted  by  Chuck Lewis

"Rowing your boat in a test tube is silly and unheard of." Submitted  by  Donald Drummond; Clarksburg, W. Va.

"When I said I needed an oar, you must have misunderstood." Submitted  by  Rob Falconer.

"Don't look too surprised, you did have to climb down the neck." Submitted  by  Cameron Watt

"It's impressive, no matter what size, so long as the boat is larger than the bottle neck." Submitted  by  Cameron Watt

"We'll just have to wait until somebody brings a ladder." Submitted  by  Cameron Watt

"It started with the little one in my study. . . " Submitted  by  Cameron Watt

"I told the travel agent we wanted to go tubing." Submitted  by  Elsie Marie; Pittsburg; Pa.

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