The New Yorker's Next Caption Contest Is Perfect for Yogis

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If you've ever imagined seeing your name in The New Yorker, now's your chance. Each week, the publication provides a cartoon in need of caption. This week's image is perfect for yogis, featuring a scene straight out of a Vinyasa flow class.

If you think you've got something laugh inducing up your sleeve, send it in using The New Yorker's website (where you can also see a larger version of the cartoon). They'll narrow it down to their favorite three, and then readers vote for their favorite. The final three captions will appear online on March 14th and in the March 21st issue of the magazine. Any resident of the United States, Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, or the United Kingdom who is 18 years and older may enter and vote. 

After all, yogis tend to have a great sense of humor

Submissions must be received by 11:59 PM EST on March 6th, 2016. 

Photo by Grace Edquist


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Amanda Kohr is a 24-year-old writer and photographer with a penchant for yoga, food, and travel. She prefers to bathe in the moonlight rather than the sun, and enjoys living in a state of the three C’s: cozy, creative, and curious. When she’s not writing, you can find her driving her VW Bug, looking for the next roadside attraction or family diner. She also roams the Internet via her blog at...READ MORE