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Moooooog's 2009 End of Year "What's This Shit" Caption Challenge



Between now and when we announce the winner of our "little contest that could" we'll have celebrated New Year's eve and ushered in 2010.  Happy New Year's everyone.  Because half of us will be brain-dead from celebrating a wee too much into the early hours, it's only fitting they'd bring back Dick Clark to help host the festivities.  On that note, caption away...

Kirsten may be running late but check to see if her caption contest is up and running.  ettarose has been m.i.a. in the last few weeks but maybe she's back this week.  And that Arizona amnesiac Mad Mad Margot just might have her thing going today so check her out too.

See ya back here with the winner on Saturday.

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
Moooooog Taxidermy Service heralds a breakthrough in technology by bringing Dick Clark back to near life-like condition just in time for the New Year Celebrations.
The Queen said…
nonamedufus rethinks agreeing to wear the Dick Clark costume for New Years Eve. As his lawyers pour through his contract looking for a loop hole, Nonamedufus entertains himself feeling up the pretty girl
Me-Me King said…
A Pea, A Pimp and A Shrimp.
Don said…
Scag, hag and fag. No wonder I'll be drunk in 24 hours.
Quirkyloon said…
*snort*

MeMe and Don have me roflmbo!

Fergie's fantasy of a threeway finally comes true.
Me-Me King said…
Hey! What do you mean by amnesiac? Just because I forgot the letter "W"? Well, here ya go then.....

W is for Wonderful
A special time of year
To Pause, Ponder and Pun
For you, Dufus, we cheer!

What? You thought I was going to rhyme year with queer?
Moooooog35 said…
"NAPEEEE NOOO EAARRR!"
Moooooog35 said…
If you play your cards right, you can probably get three strokes at once with this crew.
ba_hutch said…
Carnac the Magnificent, holding the envelope close to his turban says:
"A tramp, a gramp and a scamp."
Leeuna said…
"American Bandstand? TV Bloopers? Oh, no wait...it's A Weekend at Bernie's!"
Mr. Knucklehead said…
What is "Glad isn't dead, thought WAS dead, and wish were dead."
FreakSmack said…
This reminds me of a joke I once heard.

A Tranny, a Dead Guy, and a Queer walk into a bar... yada yada yada... And the Tranny says "Keep looking, I know there's a shamrock in there somewhere."

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