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Pause, Ponder and Pun


This guy definitely has a problem. How much of a problem is up to you. Go ahead and leave a comment. I'm sure you'll make a real ash of yourself.

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CatLadyLarew said…
Nobody ever told George that medical marijuana wouldn't work for sinus and ear infections.
moooooog35 said…
When lung cancer just isn't good enough.
moooooog35 said…
Sadly for Motumbo, he found out the hard way that his friends had jokingly replaced his usual cigarettes with exploding ones.
Nooter said…
wheres the fifth cigarette? he said he could smoke five at once, wheres the fifth one?
Anonymous said…
Moderation in all smoking things.
Me-Me King said…
Look, ma, no hands!
moooooog35 said…
If you think THAT'S amazing, you should see what the people standing behind him are watching him do.
ettarose said…
Leroy was so nervous about picking a date from the family reunion, he chain smoked in places he did not know he could.
Donna said…
Holy shit! Now that's what I call a butt head. LMAO!
Leeuna said…
Cigarette smoking may lead to heart disease, lung cancer and random acts of stupidity.
Brian Miller said…
surgeon generals warning: you could end up like this guy.
Knucklehead said…
"See? Smoking does NOT stain your teeth!"
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard attempts to calm his nerves before the opening game of the World Series.
Skye said…
"Smokin'!" said with my best Jim Carrey impersonation from the movie "Mask" :D

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