Last week, we asked readers to submit possible captions for this photo, taken at a law school:

On Monday, you voted on the finalists, and now it’s time to announce our caption contest winner….

As is customary with our caption contests, we will now reveal the backstory behind the picture. This photo was taken at Cardozo Law School, the same place that had to give its students walking instructions. It now seems that students need to be told they cannot sit on chairs on top of tables.

We never thought that a law school would be able to employ an internet meme to control student behavior, but if this is the sort of thing that’s going on, it may be the only thing the administration’s able to employ at all. Behold the winning caption:

This school may be a third-tier-toilet, but that chair is not.

Thanks to everyone for suggesting comments and for voting. If you wrote the winning caption, feel free to email us, subject line “Caption Contest Winner,” to claim your prize (an ATL t-shirt).

Earlier: Caption Contest Finalists: Following Instructions For Dummies
Caption Contest: Following Instructions For Dummies
Cardozo Students Need Walking Instructions


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