Funny Pharm: You Write the Caption & Win: November 2017

Nov17 FunnyPharm

★Winning Caption★

"Purgatory of product development"  – Seshu Gudlavalleti

 

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing presents "Funny Pharm," featuring drawings by award-winning cartoonist, Jerry King.

The winning cartoon caption will be featured on the Pharma Manufacturing website and the winner will be mentioned in upcoming enewsletters. The winner has a choice of two prizes: a coffee mug with the cartoon and winning caption printed on it OR a $20 Starbucks giftcard.

Please submit your caption to cpalafox@putman.net with the subject "Funny Pharm November 2017." Thank you for your contributions!

See past cartoons/winners.


Contending Submissions

Please note: Funny Pharma caption contests are for entertainment purposes only. Reader submissions reflect their own personal experience and opinions. Winning submissions are chosen for their humor and industry relevance; Pharmaceutical Manufacturing reserves the right to delete any entries deemed inappropriate.

“From chaos, comes order.” – Nietzsche via Tara Bronson

“I wonder which one is the immortal head of the hydra.” – Tara Bronson

We're sorry. The pharmaceutical industry is no longer in service. Please check the number and dial again. – Bill Russo

'Purgatory of product development'  – Seshu Gudlavalleti

Lost in pharm-slation – Shankali Pradhan

We're in the RIP meeting right now- Regulatory Irresolution and Procrastination. – Shankali Pradhan

Oooommmmm – Daniel M. Dewar

"Agencies - Finally! We have our new cup phone global call center. Our toll free number will be 1-800-MESS" – Neel Sukhadia

Let's not let all this confusion cause any of us to disclose unripe information over the phone. – Bill Russo

CFDA, you'll have to call back at 48 after 3. – Bill Russo

Pharma's Medusa: Listen to them all at once and you turn to stone. – Carl White

"Here’s the story…..of a Tower of Babel…" Thank you for the consideration. – Alex Packard

"If only Industry could get aligned to meet all of our common sets of expectations." – Alex Packard