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And the Winner Is...

Pharaoh’s daughter was one of the greatest financiers. She went down to the bank of the Nile and drew out a little prophet! Justin Letchford, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our July/August contest. We are pleased to congratulate Justin Letchford of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, who wrote the winning caption.


“Got milk? ... I know someone who does.” A. Patricia Longaaugh, Evanston, Illinois
“Just think, Your Highness, no stretch marks and no appointment with Anubis—you’re an instant Mummy!” R.P. Elliott, Tallahassee, Florida

Honorable Mention

“We must hurry up and get him pre-registered at the best private kindergarten in Memphis.” Edward Blumenfeld, Rio Rancho, New Mexico
“I think that is one of the new “child safety baskets’ required by the Egyptian River Authority.” Charles T. Ewing, Zionsville, Indiana
“You’ll think the first diaper is a plague, but believe me, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!” George Guthrie, Milan, Tennessee
“Rock, papyrus, scissors—you win! Do you see another diaper in that basket?” Susan Jaffe, Concord, California
“This is our new convertible model, although they do come in a hardtop edition with optional sunroof.” Gregory D. Lucas, Bellevue, Washington
“This is not what I had in mind when I said that a water bed would help the baby sleep.” Barley K. Poindexter, Fort Smith, Arkansas
“You expect him to say “Mama’ already? Next you’ll think he can part the Red Sea!” Peter Scalzo, Brookfield, Connecticut
“Holy Moses! I thought you said the stork brought these things!” Joan Shanahan, San Pedro, California
“The seer thinks he’s going to be a doctor. She sees two tablets in his future.” Wayne Turner, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
“Hm! I usually get a chocolate bunny and some marshmallow chicks.” Judith VanZevern, Mukilteo, Washington
“I’m sorry, but Noah had more time and a bigger budget.” Michael Weathers, New Castle, Pennsylvania
“If you don’t change that diaper soon, people will call him Mushy, not Moshe.” Steve Willis, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada