Next cartoon caption contest offers prizes from Omaha Steaks and more!

What’s better than gourmet grilling meats for your next barbecues? Gourmet meats and bragging rights! The grand prize winner of our summer cartoon caption context will receive a prize pack of gourmet grilling meats from Omaha Steaks for their next summer BBQ, and other prizes!

You know the drill if you’ve entered our cartoon caption contests before. Just slip on your thinking cap and devise the funniest caption to go with our newest cartoon contributed by Dave Blazek. Dave is the creator and artist behind the “Loose Parts” cartoon strip and the mastermind behind our Ex Post Facto comics.

Here’s the cartoon:

Mummy cartoon

Take a good look. What do you see? Who’s saying what? And why the heck is that mummy in the admissions office? Come up with the most creative punch line you can!

We’ll review the entries, and the one that gets us rolling on the floor laughing will win:

  • Gourmet grilling meats from Omaha Steaks for six people
  • A t-shirt printed with the cartoon and the winning caption
  • An original 8.5″ x 11″ colored print of the cartoon with the winning caption, autographed by Dave, and suitable for framing
  • Bragging rights

Dave has also come up with his own caption for his cartoon. So in addition to judging the funniest caption, we will be looking to see who comes the closest to Dave’s caption. We’ll reveal Dave’s caption when the contest is over, and give an honorable mention to the person who comes the closest to his punch line!

To enter, submit your caption and email address in the form below between now and August 5. There are no eligibility restrictions. If you entered our previous cartoon caption contests, you can still enter this one.

Feel free to share this around with family and friends to see who really is the funniest of them all. Good luck! We can’t wait to read the submissions!

Post University retains the permission to publish all entries.

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