February 3, 2006

Reminder: Anti-Captions at The Rejection Show


As this delightful cartoon whipped up by Heart on a Stick illustrates, I'll be joining authentic New Yorker cartoonist Matt Diffee for a presentation on The New Yorker Cartoon Contest and my Anti-Caption Contest at The Rejection Show next Tuesday. Who knows, maybe you'll see one of your own captions projected onto the big screen using awesome PowerPoint technology! The timing is perfect, what with all the attention brought to contest parodies sparked by Gawker on Wednesday.

And now that I think of it, this is probably a good time to link back to my first stab at New Yorker cartoon commentary, the New Yorker or Lockhorns Quiz. It's trickier than it sounds.

Meanwhile, I'm seriously considering changing the name of the Anti-Caption Contest to the name I only recently came up with but should have thought of from the beginning: The New Yorker Craption Contest. That's funny, right? Right? Speak now or forever hold your peace.

Posted by Daniel Radosh


The term, craptions, has been done:


The term, craption, has been done:


The comment, "The term, craption[s], has been done" has been done.

Besides that, I don't like it. It just kind of sits there.

yeah stick with anti-caption it's much better

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