This hilarious nine-year-old mastered the New Yorker caption contest

Mimi Launder
Thursday 05 April 2018 12:45
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Picture:(Twitter / @bessbell)

There is an unrivalled comedic genius out there. The next big thing in wit. The freshest, newest take on humour. And we have a nine-year-old girl to thank for it.

Alice grabs The New Yorker each week and fills in the caption contest with clever ideas.

Thankfully, TV writer Bess Kalb thankfully took to Twitter to share some of her niece's best jokes. They're so good you would think they're beyond the reach of most adults.

Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell

Alice has a colossal yet consistently hilarious portfolio of work.

Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell

Here are some of her earlier works.

Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell
Picture: Twitter / @bessbell

People can't get over how funny she is.

The internet is a moody place. But people are getting outwitted by a nine-year-old right now - and they're loving it.

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