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The Stump Moooooog Caption Contest

OK, we've re-christened Pause, Ponder and Pun after our winningest captioner ever...Moooooog. Man this is like that nerdy guy's run on Jeopardy.

Now we all know Moooooog will submit 2 or 3 captions and they'll all be top-drawer. But I want the rest of you guys to put your thinking caps on and outdo him. It is possible. It can be done. I know you guys can do it. Please don't make me call this thing the Stump Moooooog Caption Contest...forever!

And speaking of stumps...sheesh.

Drop back Saturday to see who dethroned Moooooog.

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
Gertrude's smile made her a shoo-in for the 2009 Miss Thunderthighs crown.
CatLadyLarew said…
The great thing about thunderthighs like Sylvia's is that you never have to waste money on bikini waxing.
ba_hutch said…
"Nope, I have never once farted...not even a sneak toot...I've just kept them in--and PROUD of it!!"
ba_hutch said…
Shouldn't this picture have been on Moooooog's blog yesterday?
I suck at these I can't even come up with one.
Moooooog35 said…
Thighmaster FAIL.
Moooooog35 said…
When Jenny said that egg sandwiches go 'right to her thighs,' she really wasn't kidding.
Moooooog35 said…
You can clearly see from this picture how Edna's first three husbands died of asphyxiation.
Ever since Lorna has been living at sir mix a lot's house, breakfast has never tasted so good.
Quirkyloon said…
Okay, I was really gonna try to outdo Moooog35, but then I read his, "Thigh master fail." And couldn't stop LMBO!

And I think it's hilarious that you've renamed your captioning contest. Rightfully so!

word veri: biromord
Me-Me King said…
I don't know, but I been told
A big-legged woman ain't got no soul.
Me-Me King said…
There's a big dilemma
About my big leg Emma
MA Fat Woman said…
Notoriously shy blogger, MA Fat Woman, finally exposed. Details at 11...
Mr. Knucklehead said…
"It's tough to keep smilin' with this air hose shoved up my ass, but I'm a-tryin'."
Mr. Knucklehead said…
Need someone to watch the kids at your family picnic? Ronco's "Inflate-a-Nanny" is just the thing.
Mr. Knucklehead said…
Once the cork was removed, Ethel's over-indulgence in the deviled eggs pretty much wiped out the rest of the picnickers.
Moooooog35 said…
The subject behind the ZZ Top hit, "Legs" is finally revealed.
Nooter said…
e-harmonys match for the stay-puft marshmallow man
Nooter said…
kirstey alley tests new industrial strength outdoor seating at acme bleacher co.
Nooter said…
cia agent 'bootylicious' prepares for an interrogation session at gitmo. her 'fess up or i will sit on your face' tactic had been voted 'most successful' in the compound for eight months running
renalfailure said…
Bring me Solo and the Wookie. They will pay for this injustice of a picnic.
TheWordWire said…
Edna used to be self-conscious of her glasses until last Christmas when she got new frames.
TheWordWire said…
As usual at the Smith family reunion, everyone pretended they didn't see the pink elephant in the room.
Bertha's been pregnant NINE times, but everytime she tries to give birth, the baby gets pushed down into her legs.
Beverly is NOT top heavy!
ReformingGeek said…
With the aid of a growth hormone, the aliens attempted to breed humans with turkeys. I won't ever be able to look at a turkey leg at the State Fair again.
nipsy said…
As Enda stood up, the mystery of "Where's Waldo" was solved.

Funeral services TBA..
Don said…
Shaving legs and wiping butt isn't on this lady's "thing to do" list.
Don said…
Anyone think that a gynecologist over charges now?

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