The New Yorker cartoon caption contest was meant to be broken

If your plan is to make good comedy, The New Yorker cartoon caption contest doesn’t exactly set you up for success. Each week, the magazine provides a caption-less drawing—usually depicting a weird scenario with no real joke implied—and asks their readers to produce one of those pithy, esoteric punchlines the magazine…

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