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Pause, Ponder and Pun

Last week we ran our first Pause, Ponder and Pun. A rousing success, it generated significant interest and Renal Failure walked off with the hardware. This week's pic has a sports theme. See if you can come up with the funniest caption...



Leave your caption in the comments and tune in Saturday to see who Be Hangin' With Dufus.

Comments

lotgk said…
This is not what I meant by a "Full Nelson!"
Nooter said…
nelson was told to 'get out there and take one for the team'
(rim shot)
Sports Announcer: "In what may be the most wildly popular NBA half-time competition ever, Nelson is signaling the length of Duke's penis to the referees now, and it appears to be an incredible 2 feet long. Folks, I guess it's true what they say about black men, especially black men with large feet! The sight of this incredible feat of sportsmanship and spunk has left this announcer all choked up. It's truly a momentous day for roundball fans everywhere!"
Hey, Duke, when did you start shaving?
Hey, Duke, is that the new Axe Body Spray I'm tasting?
Lady Sarcasm said…
"Nothing but rim!"
That's one magic Johnson.
Duke's star forward dribbles twice and then slams it home!
David said…
Hey Nelson - a little more tongue.
ReformingGeek said…
"DANG! That's one freakin' tough cup!"
Skye said…
Quoting Lotgk:
"This is not what I meant by a "Full Nelson!""

No, but I thought you may be interested in joining me in "The Full Monty!"
CatLadyLarew said…
Face Time for the Score!
ettarose said…
Go Duke!
Hold me right there, see I told you the backboard was smooth!
ettarose said…
PS. Les Paul died today. He was 94!
renalfailure said…
As Jenkins drove to the basket, Nelson picked an inopportune time to yawn.
ettarose said…
Go Duke!
Hold me right there, see I told you the backboard was smooth!
Rufustjones said…
Tonight's game is brought to you by Viagra!

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