New Yorker Cartoon No. 2 ニューヨーカーカートゥーン第二

Here’s the second one! The original idea for this came from an actual situation I was in a couple weeks ago. I told Laura about it, and she had another idea for a caption that I thought would be funny, too. I’ve put them both below the cartoon. Please leave a comment to let me know which I should send to the New Yorker!

“Excuse me sir, but could you be so kind as to tell me the way to the nearest public toilet?

Or:

“Excuse me sir, but could you be so kind as to tell me the way to the Ritz-Carlton?”

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5 thoughts on “New Yorker Cartoon No. 2 ニューヨーカーカートゥーン第二

  1. Dad says:

    “Excuse me sir, perhaps the dog might make for a more nutritious meal.”

    But I laughed at the Ritz-Carlton line for some reason. I guess is seems more absurd for some wealthy jerk to ask a bum for directions to the Ritz. Like the the rich guy is clueless.

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