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Each week, we provide a cartoon in need of a caption. You, the reader, submit your caption below, we choose three finalists, and you vote for your favorite. Finalists for this week’s cartoon, by Mick Stevens, will appear online February 28th and in the March 6, 2023, issue of The New Yorker. Anyone age thirteen or older can enter or vote. To read the complete rules, click here.

“You’re standing right where I want to put the crop circle.”

Suzanne Westphal, Mill Valley, Calif.

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“And then they drink it?”

Colin Guthrie, Ottawa, Ont.

“And you’ll be able to jump over our moon whenever you want.”

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R. J. Surrette, West Dennis, Mass.

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