Feeling funny? Write a hilarious blurb for this travel cartoon

What's the shark saying to the stranded sailor? Stretch your funny bone and write a hilarious blurb for this cartoon. The best entry gets to be in the blurb, with your name in it!

What's the shark saying to the stranded sailor? 

Write a humorous blurb for this cartoon and leave it in a comment on this page. The best line will be chosen and published here, credited to you!


A few guidelines:


  • Make a sincere attempt at humor, wit, sarcasm or self-deprecation (or anything remotely ticklish) but keep within reasonable limits of decency.
  • Steer clear of obscenity, libel, religious, ethnic or racial references, and violation of copyrights and trademarks.
  • Keep it clean and have fun!

What next?


After leaving your comment, look through the comments and thumb up the best or funniest entries. Our editorial team will also review the best entries and pick the funniest one. Results next week!


Submit your cartoon or photo!


If you are a cartoonist or a photographer, send us your entries to 'Say What'


Guidelines for submission:


  • Your submission (photo or cartoon) must be an original work. In other words, you should be its author or creator. 
  • Your submission must be based on a theme, anecdote, situation or experience concerned with Travel.    
  • Submissions that do not meet the above criteria will not be considered for 'Say What'

BACK TO SAY WHAT

BACK TO TRAVEL HOME PAGE

Test your Travel Quotient!

Question 1

Which of these structures was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Buenos Aires?

Poll Choice Options
  • Babel Book Tower
  • The Obelisk
  • Plaza San Martin
1
2
3
4
5

Join the Great East Coast Road Drive

  • Going cuckoo at Galibore

    Going cuckoo at Galibore

    Celebrating a fledgeling foray into birdwatching More »

    Lakshmi Sharath - Mon 16 Feb, 2015 6:32 PM IST
  • Five essential travel experiences in Kutch

    Five essential travel experiences in Kutch

    Kutch nahin dekha to kuch nahin dekha is not just a marketing tag line. India's largest district has so much to offer that one visit is barely an appetiser More »

    Lakshmi Sharath - Mon 9 Feb, 2015 2:22 PM IST
  • China plans database of bad behaviour to deter its unruly tourists

    China plans database of bad behaviour to deter its unruly tourists

    China has started work on a national database to help rein in some of its unruly sightseers and monitor the behaviour of habitual offenders, state media said, after some instances of graceless conduct brought its tourists unwanted notoriety. Chinese tourists overtook Americans and Germans as the world's top-spending travelers in 2013, the World Tourism Organization says, but questionable behaviour has given offence in some countries, making them unwelcome. A system that tracks bad behaviour by Chinese tourists is in the works, the official Xinhua news agency said on Thursday, citing Li Jinzao, head of the National Tourism Administration. Once it is in place, habitual offenders may find it tough to board planes or book hotels, with the data being shared with airlines, hotels and travel agencies. More »

    Reuters - Fri 16 Jan, 2015 6:55 PM IST
  • Looking for tourists, North Korea sets up shop at Swiss holiday fair

    Looking for tourists, North Korea sets up shop at Swiss holiday fair

    North Korea, a hereditary dictatorship under international pressure over its nuclear weapons program and human rights record, has sent a representative to a travel fair in Switzerland to attract visitors to the isolated country. More »

    Reuters - Fri 16 Jan, 2015 4:02 PM IST
  • Heroes, villains and tourists – a Kannur reverie

    Heroes, villains and tourists – a Kannur reverie

    Driving around forts, lighthouses and churches takes you to an era when battles were fought at sea and enemies were thrown in dungeons. A day-trip to Kannur is a throwback to history, and much more More »

    Lakshmi Sharath - Wed 14 Jan, 2015 4:49 PM IST
1 / 60

Follow exclusive coverage of Jay's bike ride to Kashmir

Write for Traveler