Internet comments are almost never associated with good. No matter what the post — be it a blog article, YouTube video, or passive-agressive Facebook status — there will always be some wiseass who uses the comments section to spew the most short-sighted, hateful garbage you’ve ever read. Quite frankly, we’re sick of it.
That’s why we decided to bring the funny back to internet comments. Use the comments section of this LSAT blog post to submit a funny caption for the above photo.
The author of the best caption (to be decided by Blueprint LSAT Prep principals) will score a $100 discount off a spring Blueprint LSAT Prep online course for preparing for the June LSAT. The contest ends Tuesday (April 16), and the winner will be announced Wednesday (April 17). Keep the captions clean; all comments have to be approved by a moderator, so any offensive captions will not be approved, anyway. If your comment is approved, though, that means you are entered into the contest.
Two tips to help you win: 1) Make it funny; 2) Connect it to the LSAT or law school.
If you have no interest in the discount or have already paid for a Blueprint LSAT Prep course, don’t worry. If you win, you can opt for a Starbucks gift card. It’s not as cool as $100 off a Blueprint LSAT Prep online course, but hey, you can’t complain about free lattes.
Alright, let’s see those hilarious (and not at all offensive) captions!