What should the bubble say?

Friday Funny: Surprise Under the Raised Floor

 — We may be out of floor space, but there’s always room for romance.

Here’s the cartoon for this month’s Data Center Knowledge caption contest.

This is how it works: Diane Alber, the Arizona artist who created Kip and Gary, creates a cartoon, and we challenge our readers to submit the funniest, most clever caption they think will be a fit. Then we ask our readers to vote for the best submission and the winner receives a signed print of the cartoon. Submit your caption for the cartoon above in the comments.

Some good submissions came in for last month’s Cloud Gazing edition; all we need now is a winner. Help us out by submitting your vote below.

What should the bubble say?

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6 Comments

  1. Tim Dickey

    Not quite what I was expecting for Valentine's day, but I'm sure someone will like the surprise.

  2. Brad H

    We can call it modular HVAC.

  3. Awww, our cable management loves us! (Too bad we hate IT!)

  4. Did you tell your girlfriend that you work in a data center?

  5. We will be fired if those mylar balloons touch the electrical bus.

  6. Mark Breeze

    I love you, too....but it was just a software upgrade, not a marriage proposal!