Friday Funny: Cartoon Caption Contest
It’s Friday! Are you ready? Diane Alber, the Arizona artist who created Kip and Gary, has a new cartoon for Data Center Knowledge’s cartoon caption contest. We challenge our readers to submit a funny caption for the blank bubble. Please add your thoughts in the comments below. Then, next week, our readers will vote for the best submission.
Our winner for last week’s caption contest was Juan Garcia who submitted:”Didn’t they tell you? Power was restored hours ago.” Congrats to Juan! We will contact you and make sure you get a signed print of the cartoon from the artist.
Thanks to all our readers who submitted very funny captions, and thanks to those who voted on the final captions. This week, we are asking for submissions on a new cartoon below. Diane writes, “I’ve heard numerous stories about how people find everything under the raised floor so I couldn’t help but draw a comic were you decide what Kip discovers under the floor!”
Kip, I told you to stop leaving your old lunches under the raised floor.
“I’ve been meaning to tell you something Kip…. The secret to our data center is: gremlins do all the computation”
DIANE, IS THAT YOU. ? Gary… I think I found where she is hidden
Dale StoutPosted February 3rd, 2012
The dust bunnies are possessed.
Doug DayPosted February 3rd, 2012
Boy you never can tell where the telco guys will drop the cross connect
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Frank BulkPosted February 4th, 2012
Eek, Gary, put your Halloween costumes away somewhere else!
Dale StoutPosted February 4th, 2012
It’s Scary, Gary.
Larry FarmerPosted February 5th, 2012
MikePosted February 5th, 2012
It’s another Raised Floor Barrow-wight! Activate the Bombadil Eradicator!
Gary…I think that… the working conditions of intern are not entirely appropriate
KaraPosted February 7th, 2012
Gary… I told you the data center shouldn’t have it’s own cat!
I always though that the ghost in the machine was just an expression.
I’ve proposed another caption already in different place, but I have another idea right now My proposal is:
- “Alert! Industrial espionage detected!”
What do you mean that’s not a python and what’s a “bus-and-tag” cable?!?
Call in the Anthropologists !! We found the missing link !!
Juanita CabreraPosted February 28th, 2012
Oh god! What is that!? And what’s wrong with its… private parts!!?
Max HershPosted February 29th, 2012
And thus, cookie monsters evil twin brother was born: Coffee Monster!