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The Friday Funny: Caption Contest

Can you think of a really good caption for this medical cartoon? The winner will receive a Better Health t-shirt, effusive praise, and bragging rights. The winning caption will be chosen on the basis of subjective criteria by a panel of 3 judges of variable wit. List your captions in the comments section. Enjoy!

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3 Responses to “The Friday Funny: Caption Contest”

  1. Lawrence Sherman says:

    I’d gladly shed this cheesy moustache, Ms. Gailbladder, if you would agree to shed some pounds. Let me know if you need an “Alli” because we can “band” together…

  2. Rob Falconer says:

    Yes, we do normally weigh patients naked, Miss Saggar, but I think we’ll make an exception in your case

  3. Mindy says:

    “According to this printout, your Wii Fit coach reports that you have not been consistently meeting fitness and weight loss goals as outlined and agreed to by you. I’m sorry, we cannot cover your procedure.”

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