Last week, we gave you a photo from Georgetown Law School of a bar exam studier whose performance anxiety appeared to extend to the bathroom.
We asked for captions for the photo and you showered us with them. We’ve chosen our favorites, after the jump.
Check them out and vote for the best. (We’ll flush the rest.)
Here are the finalists:
A. Legal tactic: Stall with plenty of paperwork.
B. “Measuring the drapes in the office, Class of 2010 style.”
C. “I hope no one can see me through the door cracks trying on a pair of these rainbow themed bonobos pants.”
D. Rather than forcing our contract attorneys into small cubicles or crowded offices, we give each of them a private work area, complete with curtains and the sounds of running water to encourage a pleasant and peaceful working environment.
E. I’m sorry, I don’t have a square to spare.
F. Known on the Hill for his wide stance, Larry Craig often used a paper trail to hide the results of backroom negotiations.
G. Each sheet will become one flashcard.
H. “This does not count as ‘studying for commercial paper.’”
I. The Arkansas Board of Law Examiners tries new photo essay question about adverse possession.
J. Intestine succession.
Polls close tomorrow at midnight.
Earlier: Caption Contest: Stalling?