The New Yorker is, of course, famous for its cartoons, which are often weirdly offbeat or sometimes just plain ol' inscrutable.
A decade or so ago, a gentleman by the name of Charles Lavoie posited that nearly every comic could be given the same caption and still work perfectly fine: "Christ, what an asshole!"
(Yes, it even works for non-New Yorker comics, too.)
A few years later, a second universal caption was discovered: "I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn."
In February, a third reared its head: