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Okay, folks. We had some dufus "drive-bys" who didn't deign us with their participation, but nevertheless we had an excellent turnout for our inaugural run at this.. The crazies have captioned and the all-powerful-and-knowing supreme punster extraordinaire has considered all submissions. This was tough. It was a close call. Very, very close. All of our captioning crew exhibited tremendous talent in attempting to come up with the winning caption to this:



Everyone provided funny captions. In particular, honourable mentions go to:


Now that I've got her attention, I'm gonna burn that babe's pants off.


Fab Morvan, surviving member of the popular song duo Milli Vanilli, trying to make ends meet since his singing credentials were exposed in 1990.

But the submission that had me snorting my Corona outta my nostrils was...



Be careful who you let go down on you. Be very careful.

Renal Failure, I hereby present you with the coveted

I Be Hangin' With Dufus

award, as well as the much sought after 500 EC credits (electrifying comments on my blog). Congratulations and display it in good health. To the rest of my captioners, good job and good luck next week!

Comments

Skye said…
Congrats Renal Failure! That's a great line :)
Anonymous said…
Ah! Good one Renal!

Fun, fun, fun in the caption pic sun!

hee hee
Don said…
Anyone going by Renal Failure deserves an award. Way to go. It was indeed funny as hell.
Thanks for the honorable mention too! Much appreciated especially since I don't do these contest much because my ego takes too many hits. Hehehe...
renalfailure said…
Sweet. I love it when people snarf their beers. Danke.
Congrats to Renal Failure!
nonamedufus said…
Everyone had great comments. It was a tough choice but Renal Failure just appealed to my warped sense of humour. Way to go everyone.
Winky Twinky said…
Congrats to Renal Failure!!! Way to go on getting the first Hangin With Dufus Award...
Anonymous said…
I knew I should have went with my original thought.

Michael Jackson is still dead!

Congrats!
Don said…
Anyone going by Renal Failure deserves an award. Way to go. It was indeed funny as hell.
Thanks for the honorable mention too! Much appreciated especially since I don't do these contest much because my ego takes too many hits. Hehehe...

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