You know by now how this works: See picture. Add words to make it funny. Worldwide praise and global fame ensue. Also possibly an influential ambassadorial role of some kind.
In recognition of the dwindling of the 2008 campaign and of our collective patience for the words “sweater,” “kitchen table” and “Mr. Feschuk, please stop hurling those eggs at John Baird’s house,” the prize this time will have an estimated retail value of at least $50 – a sum so vast it will not only bring pleasure and sexual opportunities to the winner, but may also be cited by the G-7 finance ministers as the solution to the credit panic.
Results announced Monday.