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Pause, Ponder and Pun


Did you hear the one about the elephant on a double-decker bus? No? Tusk, tusk, tusk.
Okay that was really bad. But YOU can come up with a better one (or worse, depending on your point of view). This is the pic for this week's caption contest. Good luck folks. The winner will be announced Saturday.
Oh and visit my award-giving humour blogger buddies the captivating Kirsten at The Soccer Mom Files and the ever enchanting Ettarose at Sanity on Edge if you've still got a hankering for captioning!

Comments

julian said…
Oi you git! Where's my pint!?
CatLadyLarew said…
Pachyderm, table for one?
Quirkyloon said…
Pack this you tub of derm!
lotgk said…
Even the animals are going berserk in Britney Spears Circus tour.
Don said…
Sorry old boy, but we have no room for your trunk.
Nooter said…
"whaddya mean i gotta pay for two seats?"
Brian Miller said…
what no space in the trunk...lol.

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