The New Yorker cartoon caption contest. The finalists (rather lame) are:
|"Why did you think angels had wings?" |
|"It's not the tedium. It's the uncertainty." |
|"I always figured Hell would be less ironic."|
Brother Wieder's (unsubmitted) were:
“Obviously, His so-called ‘perfection’ doesn’t extend to furniture design.”
“All those images of the wings probably should have tipped us off.”
“Sure it’s ‘heaven,’ if you’re crazy about omelettes.”
And mine (equally unsubmitted) were:
It’s no fun for the kids if they are too hard to find.
Ten thousand years of this, and your back won’t bother you for the rest of eternity.
Same thing he said to you. “You can’t have a dinosaur until I’m sure you’ll take responsibility for it.”