Food Funnies: You Write The Cartoon Caption - October 2009
Maybe you need a laugh. Maybe you have untapped creativity. Maybe you're aspiring writer. Whatever the case, Food Processing wants you to help us write a caption for our October Food Funnies cartoon.
Here at Food Processing, we understand how stressful life can be so we're encouraging you to take 5 minutes to add a little fun into your life. Food Funnies is our way of letting you take a break from all the serious stuff you deal with at work — by coming up with appropriate light-hearted captions.
Here's how it works:
Submit your caption, via e-mail, for the cartoon that appears below. The winning caption will be featured on the FoodProcessing.com Web site and in an upcoming FoodProcessing.com eNewsletter.
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"Um, Chip, I think you took your name a little too seriously"
"You really couldn't stop eatin' them could you?"
"My 'Frankenfood' Halloween costume is going to be a LOT easier to pull-off than yours. Don't you know the new Surgeon General is a woman?"
“Wow, we might really have something with that high-fructose corn syrup-based paint.”
“Ed, we’ve got a problem. I ran the numbers 3 times. Were making over 1 million chips a day, but were still just breaking even.”
"I see you're thinking outside of the bag. Interesting way to clean up the chip line floor..."
“Those marketing guys are smarter than I thought. You really CAN”T eat just one.”
"But, they're trans fat free."
"QA doesn’t require you to test every chip yourself!"
"When Jared lost his job at Subway, he was forced to accept the only job he could find working in a Potato Chip factory."
"Oh T.J! Please tell me you didn’t eat my experimental, hunger-control chips. They blow up like popcorn in your stomach (I think)."
“What !? They’re baked not fried”
"what are you talking about! Of course, your shirt matches your eyes."
"I don't buy into the good oil or bad oil bit either! Obviously, the whole 'cholesterol thing' is just propaganda."
"Definitely not,...but if you were I believe the politically correct term for it would be called 'Rubinesce'!"