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Pause, Ponder and Pun - Christmas Edition (2)

Aw, isn't that cute.

A Christmas present that makes a point - a hollow point!

You guys know what to do. I'll see you Saturday with the target..er, ah, winner.

Oh, and Merry Christmas.

Comments

Moooooog35 said…
Charlton Heston's grandkids have a very Merry Christmas.
Moooooog35 said…
"That's weird..this ransom note for Santa is written in crayon."
Moooooog35 said…
When the Smith kids say they each want a Nintendo DS for Christmas, they really mean it.
Moooooog35 said…
"TONIGHT WE EAT VENISON!"
Tgoette said…
Merry Christmas from the Glenn Beck compound.
Me-Me King said…
Okay, daddy, we're giving you a head start. Run, daddy, run!
Me-Me King said…
Now, where are those friggin' bikes Santa promised us?
Quirkyloon said…
Ha! Mooooog35 stole my line!

Or perhaps I was going to steal his? Hmm.

"Santa, we've been 'very' nice this year. Very nice."


word veri: nonshme
ba_hutch said…
The only way to keep Mom from peeking at her presents.
ba_hutch said…
Two words: "Reindeer Season"!
ba_hutch said…
Here kitty, kitty, kitty...
Don said…
You tellin' us we can't say Merry Christmas?!
CatLadyLarew said…
You'll shoot your eye out! Seriously! I mean it this time!
CatLadyLarew said…
Christmas is all about family togetherness. And automatic weapons.
the human said…
water pistol design has come a long ways since i was a kid
FreakSmack said…
The Johnson kids know one thing, if Santa thinks he can come into their house and get all kissy-kissy with their mother under the mistletoe without bringing them a Bakugan Battle Arena, then this Christmas will be his last!
FreakSmack said…
The only cookies Santa's getting from these kids are the kind of cookies that are made of lead!
FreakSmack said…
I can picture Hitler looking at this photo in hell with a big smile on his face.
Kris said…
It’s that time of year again! I’m doing the rounds and apologising for my complete failure to more regularly offer comment on everybody’s incredible efforts for the year. I know how hard it can be to keep up with the daily grind of everyday posting, and want to thank you for your efforts.

I especially want to wish festive greetings for all from down here at [nearly] the end of the world, the bottom of Tasmania.

So, if you could delete whatever is not applicable, I’d like to wish you a very pleasant/merry/happy/wonderful/safe Amaterasu; Ashurall; Beiwe; Choimus; Christmas; Dazh Boh; Dongzhi; Goru; Hanukkah; Hogmanay; Junkanoo; Karachun; Koleda; Lenæa; Meán Geimhridh; Modranicht; New Years; Ras as-Sana; Rozhanitsa Feast; Şeva Zistanê; shōgatsu; Summer Solstice [if you're in the Southern Hemisphere]; Sviatki; Vánoce; Winter solstice [if you're in the Northern Hemisphere]; Yalda; Yule-tide; Ziemassvētki; and Коляда!

With a hearty three cheers from Kris, Jen, Henry and Ezra!
Jason said…
I really like your blog. I am a first-time visitor, but I observe every site I submit a comment to. I have a humor blog myself, which I hope to be a top place for people to come and laugh. Life is hard enough and you sometimes need to just sit back and laugh a little.

I'd like to exchange links with you to help spread traffic around to each. Keep up the good work. You can contact me by simply placing a comment on my site.

Happy Holidays!

Jason
HilariousHeadlines.com
Duuude! Where can I buy them??? Dost thou knowest, my worthy liege?
Kick-ass. The AK-47s my favorite.
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Jason said…
I really like your blog. I am a first-time visitor, but I observe every site I submit a comment to. I have a humor blog myself, which I hope to be a top place for people to come and laugh. Life is hard enough and you sometimes need to just sit back and laugh a little.

I'd like to exchange links with you to help spread traffic around to each. Keep up the good work. You can contact me by simply placing a comment on my site.

Happy Holidays!

Jason
HilariousHeadlines.com
Kris said…
It’s that time of year again! I’m doing the rounds and apologising for my complete failure to more regularly offer comment on everybody’s incredible efforts for the year. I know how hard it can be to keep up with the daily grind of everyday posting, and want to thank you for your efforts.

I especially want to wish festive greetings for all from down here at [nearly] the end of the world, the bottom of Tasmania.

So, if you could delete whatever is not applicable, I’d like to wish you a very pleasant/merry/happy/wonderful/safe Amaterasu; Ashurall; Beiwe; Choimus; Christmas; Dazh Boh; Dongzhi; Goru; Hanukkah; Hogmanay; Junkanoo; Karachun; Koleda; Lenæa; Meán Geimhridh; Modranicht; New Years; Ras as-Sana; Rozhanitsa Feast; Şeva Zistanê; shōgatsu; Summer Solstice [if you're in the Southern Hemisphere]; Sviatki; Vánoce; Winter solstice [if you're in the Northern Hemisphere]; Yalda; Yule-tide; Ziemassvētki; and Коляда!

With a hearty three cheers from Kris, Jen, Henry and Ezra!

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