Comical Processing: You Write The Cartoon Caption Winner January 24, 2010

Jan. 24, 2010
Congratulations to Harold Paine. Harold submitted 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.

When you said "Let's move a rubber plant." I thought meant a
rubber tree plant.

Honorable Mentions

"Nice design work with the cigarette butts- but now what do we do with them?" Submitted  by  Gary Neudahl; Chicago, Ill.

"So you're saying that other ant farms don't build silos?" Submitted  by  Bo Getty

"The cockroaches will be happy, when those things blow they’ll have the whole neighborhood to themselves." Submitted  by  Kevin Summ; Milwaukee, Wis.

Click here to see the current Comical Processing cartoon.

Other Submissions

"A million gallons of corn syrup. That should keep the Queen happy." Submitted  by  Steve Spagman

"This cap is very hard to lift. How to climb the plant with this." Submitted  by  Parthasarathi Subramanian; Chennai. India

"Like it? . . . It's the smallest Antimony recycling plant in the world!" Submitted  by  Craig Watkinson; Nottingham, U.K.

"It looks hard from here, but once you clear the hill, it is easy; there is a ladder to reach the top of the tank." Submitted  by  Sebastian Thomas; Sharjah

"Your first assignment during internship - Inspect the tank from top twice a day for a month until you learn what is NPSH." Submitted  by  Sebastian Thomas; Sharjah

"NO WAY - you got it up there by yourself." Submitted  by  Art Krugler; Whittier, Calif.

"Don't say My foot! Mind your foot not only head! Wear safety shoes!" Submitted  by  P.K.Kannan; Doha, Qatar

"There is no need for these ladders, they don't apply functional design." Submitted  by  Malek Fayed

"Wow, everyone looks like "people" from down here." Submitted  by  Kirby Hostetler; Barberton, Ohio

"Don't make a mountain out of a mole hill, let's get back to work." Submitted  by  Sandi Feltz

"I know the Queen said scale up, but this is ridiculous!" Submitted  by  Michael L Ashley

"Am I still making a plant hill out of an ant hill?" Submitted  by  Paul J. Botzman

"And you said that Queen Pheromone was looking for a new mate." Submitted  by  Terry Mackin

"They are big on safety, so wear your hard hat and safety glasses or they won't give you a work permit." Submitted  by  Ed Covington; St. Rose, La.

"Like usual, none of the chemicals are labeled. Violation! Violation! Violation!" Submitted  by  Joe Vallone

"All this dirt tastes like chemicals." Submitted  by  Anonymous

"People are always calling us industrious; with the completion of this project, we'll be Industrious Engineers!" Submitted  by  Peter Spath; Victor, N.Y.

"I thought you said we were going to the ant farm, not the tank farm." Submitted  by  Karyn S. DeWolf

"Your mission is to find out which tank has the maple syrup in it." Submitted  by  Larry Sendlak; Niagara Falls, N.Y.

"If we sneak in maybe we will not be seen but if we do get caught which one will be left." Submitted  by  Donald Drummond; Clarksburg W. Va.

"Our job is to let them know when we have a leak." Submitted  by Michael Akins

"Were you in charge of putting in the weigh station or was that one on me?" Submitted  by  Daniel Kinsell

"OK, February to June to access Tank 1." Submitted  by  Alun James; New Plymouth, New Zealand

"There again, what good's a hard hat if they're going to stamp on you?" Submitted  by  Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.

"OK, which one of us is going to audition for Village People?" Submitted  by  Rob Falconer; Lakeland, Fla.

"I heard they were downsizing and that's why we got called in." Submitted  by  Bernice Winfield; Bristol, N .H.

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