Cartoon Caption Contest Results — Restaurant

It’s almost the end of May and time for the results of our May Cartoon Caption Contest.  The contest features the artwork of professional cartoonist Dan Rosandich.  The top lines were selected by our panel of judges (speakers and improv players).

New Cartoon Caption Contests are announced at the start of the month (alternating months).

New Joke Contests are announced at the start of the month (alternating months).   The next Joke Contest is June 1, 2012.

Here are the top lines for this month’s contest:

** FIRST PLACE **

I hate seniors!  All I got for a tip was three discount coupons for the ALL-U-CAN-EAT Buffet!
     Kathy Carpenter, Kerrville, Texas

** SECOND PLACE **

Are Moe, Larry, and Curley really on the three, six and nine dollar bills?
     Tom Nee, Oak Lawn, Illinois

** THIRD PLACE **

We let in a guy wearing a baseball hat, and for our trouble we get a foul tip.
     David Novick, Dayton, Ohio

 HONORABLE MENTION (in random order)

  – Breaking bread should not mean you have to use the side of the table.
  – Three sixes?!  That doesn’t quite cover the tab!
  – They’re discount coupons for HIS restaurant.
  – We offer all-you-can-eat and that’s all he can tip?
  – He said he wasn’t leaving a tip because he wasn’t really a customer, he was just “occupying” the seat.
  – When we told him he couldn’t wear a baseball hat, he pitched a fit.
  – Mortuary coupons? I’ve been stiffed!
  – He says, “Tenth meal free must also apply to the tip.”
  – The tables have been turned and I’ve been served…a subpoena.
  – 20% off coupons for Chez Huey across the street and Chez Dewey down the street!
  – Hospital bills for food poisoning!
  – He was annoyed that I paid him to leave the restaurant.
  – Euros?
  – Guess I’m not getting that new toupee.
  – He’s an English teacher, and he corrected the spelling of the words in his bowl of Alphabet Soup.

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