Cartoon 12 [The Twelve Days of Christmas Giveaway]

The winner of this caption contest, the final day of the contest, receives a free copy of Author-it. Good luck. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading or participating in these captions throughout the last couple of weeks. I’ll be compiling all the cartoons with the winning captions below them in an upcoming post.

Cartoon by Ben Minson. For full details about the giveaway, see this post.

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41 thoughts on “Cartoon 12 [The Twelve Days of Christmas Giveaway]

  1. Madeline Anderson

    “Sir, we’ve come to aquire all things in your house of seafood and poultry value. Oh, and we also want your entire colletion of ‘Star Wars’ movies.”

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  2. Adam

    “Hi, we want to invite you to join the neighborhood watch program. We take note of suspicious people around here.”

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  3. words words words

    “Good afternoon, sir. This is kind of…well, really awkward. But we had a litter and we just can’t take care of all of them, so we’re looking for good homes. Can you find it in your heart to adopt a baby cocktopus?”

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  4. M. Hunsberger

    “So you see, Mr. Smith, dressing like this and showing up to your house was the only way I could get your attention. Now about those drafts I sent you last month…”

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  5. Craig

    We’re looking for some free-range technical writers that escaped from the office. Have you seen any?

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  6. Craig

    The Society for the Prevention of Overusing Idioms and Phrases pays a visit to Mr. “Tastes just like chicken.”

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  7. Tom

    Jody won the caption contest for today. Thanks to everyone who participated. There were a lot of good ones this time.

    “Prototypes for a post-Clippy world.”

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