What's the best caption for this cartoon? Enter your ideas in the comments below.

What's the best caption for this cartoon? Enter your ideas in the comments below.

Friday Funny: Warning Signs

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Thank Goodness It’s Friday! It’s been a long week around here at DCK, and we are looking forward to the weekend. But first, it’s time for some humor!

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 humorous and clever caption that fits the comedic situation. Please add your entry in the comments below. Then, next week, our readers will vote for the best submission.

Here’s Diane’s thoughts on this week’s cartoon, “Do you ever really look at warning signs in the Data center? Usually there is a lot them but people seem to just glaze over when they read them. Maybe we should be reading them more carefully!”

Congrats to the last cartoon winner, Jim Leach from Raging Wire, who submitted, “He’s our new disaster recovery consultant.”

For more cartoons on DCK, see our Humor Channel. For more of Diane’s work visit Kip and Gary‘s website.

About the Author

Colleen Miller is a journalist and social media specialist. She has more than two decades of writing and editing experience, with her most recent work dedicated to the online space. Colleen covers the data center industry, including topics such as modular, cloud and storage/big data.

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9 Comments

  1. You ordered the wrong sign! I said crocodile! Not alligator!

  2. Jeff

    I told you if you didn't start doing a better job of cleaning under the floor, there would be consequences.

  3. Dan M

    They warned us about the dangers of liquid cooling.

  4. Jim Leach

    He moved in during Hurricane Sandy and I think we're going to keep him.

  5. Wayne Barker

    I kept telling you that our new security policy would have some real teeth!

  6. Headquarters started costcutting on the extermination contract, he's our new onsite guard.

  7. Doug Kramer

    OH! That is what POP (Point of Presence) means.

  8. The marketing guys at HostGator are taking this a bit too far

  9. That gives new meaning to going "green"!