This month's caption contest is going to be so much fun! Not only do we have the fantastic artwork of Daniel Guidera as our standard prize for the author of the best caption, Adafruit has offered to send 25 Trinket boards out to the commenters of our choosing!
You might want to think twice about opening that door when you hear the knock. I doubt it's a flowergram or a candygram. However, it might be the postal service with your prize! Leave your best caption in the comments for a chance to be the winner and get the original signed comic, in color, with your caption on it!
This month, we have an extra special surprise as well. Adafruit has agreed to send 25 Tinker development boards to lucky winners! The caption winner will receive one, as will 24 runners-up. Unfortunately, this time they can only send them to people in the United States. Our apologies to our loyal community overseas.
If you need some inspiration for your caption, check out some previous contests and winners.
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