Cartoon poll: Three wishes, three captions--which do you like best?
ABA Journal readers came up with as many suggested captions as we could wish for, and we chose three. Now it’s your turn to decide on the best one. The caption with the most votes will appear in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
Vote in the cartoon poll for one of the below captions before 12 p.m. CT Thursday, Dec. 29.
• “Your writ is my command.” —Submitted by Peter H. Winslow of Washington, D.C.
• “Oh, great. Do we need to exchange drafts, or are you just going to make the wish?” —Submitted by Dave Ewert of Des Moines, Iowa
• “Speaking of wishes, I wish to pursue a claim for false imprisonment and involuntary servitude!” —Submitted by Joe Young of Cleveland
How to vote: Using our poll, select the caption you think best fits the scene depicted in the cartoon.
Voting period: Votes must be cast by 12 p.m. CT Thursday, Dec. 29.
What’s the prize? Bragging rights. Plus, the winning caption and credit to the caption writer will appear in an upcoming issue of the ABA Journal.
For complete rules, follow this link. To view past cartoons, check out this gallery or follow the Cartoon Caption Contest RSS feed.
Last updated Dec. 29 to revise the voting period.