We held our very first Caption Contest last week via Instagram and our email newsletter. Please follow us on the IG and subscribe to our newsletter so you don't miss out on the next one! Even if you don't plan on participating, it's fun to follow along! Like, I love reading the New Yorker Caption Contest even though I never actually enter.
This contest started because I had this illustration and I couldn't figure out what to write about. So, I put it out there. And of course it finally came to me when I wasn't thinking about it—and before I read any entries. I wasn't planning on contributing, because at the time I couldn't figure it out. And then once I did, I thought it'd be fun to see how other peeps would solve it. Like everything in life, it reminds us how we can all see the same thing differently.
I got sappy with this one, which is very different from my usual MoMeMans writing, but not necessarily different from Monica, the person. There's a lot going on in the world and this is where I landed. Sometimes the goofball gets sentimental.
And, it wasn't surprising that the winner Andrea Gonzalez-Jefferson got sentimental too! Check out our posts below: