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Our picture elicited (ohhh, big word) plenty of captions this week. I tell ya, the quality of people's comments just get better and better.


For example...

Jeremy from We Took The Bait saw his way clear to offer:

On a very special episode of Family Matters, Laura and Karl confront Steve Urkel about his excessive use of crystal meth.

My sparring partner from earlier this week Me-Me King, who runs one of these weekly caption contests herself, showed she wasn't only a good teacher but a great pupil (get it? get it?) with:

Jiminy was pissed when the other kids nicknamed him Cricket.

And it wouldn't be a Moooooog caption contest without a caption from Moooooog. He stopped just before he went blind with:

Where Chinese animators get their inspiration.

But our winner this week is Jim, from over on my FaceBook page. He made a spectacle of himself with:

Good God these underwear must be three sizes too small.


Way to go, bro. Oops, the cat's out of the bag. In the interests of full disclosure, Jim's my brother. He recently celebrated his birthday and this way I don't have to buy him a present! Instead he gets to be exposed on my blog! Happy Birthday, Jim. Now go put some clothes on.


Comments

Me-Me King said…
Ah-ha-ha-ha, way to go Jim! Have a happy birthday!

Thanks for the shout-out, Dufus.
CatLadyLarew said…
That's just how MY eyes look when my underwear is too tight!

There's nothing like exposing our families on our blogs... revenge after all those years! Happy Birthday to Jim!
Don said…
Way to go Jim! My dad always used to say, "If you can't say anything nice about somebody, then say nothing at all." Okay dad, sure. That guy in the glasses is a total freakazoid!
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: This sure was Me-Me week in Dufus land.
nonamedufus said…
Cat Lady: Too much information, CL.
nonamedufus said…
Don: So, I take it you're saying nothing at all. (Sounds like a song from Air Supply)
Quirkyloon said…
Clever Jim!

Congrats!

Those eyes freaked me out. So let's move on to the next image please! hee hee hee
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, keep an eye out for next week's contest. (yuk, yuk)
ettarose said…
That was a great picture! Happy birthday to your brother and what a way to celebrate it, with a cool win from his brother.
nonamedufus said…
ettarose: Thanks, ettarose. You take care and here's wishing good health and peace of mind to you and your hubs as Christmas approaches.
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