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Tigers and Bunnies and Cats - Oh My!


Well, that was one odd picture this week but our contestants lived up to expectations and came up with some equally odd captions. I thought we might've had some "Latest Tiger Woods Sex Threesome Uncovered" type of captions but then not everyone thinks like I do.

Some of my favourites this week include:

Moooooog who came up with:

...and that's why no one wanted to go over to the Richardson's for 'family game night'.


Me-Me King submitted:

Blain's father hangs his head in shame when his mother tells him selling the "family jewels" would be necessary to save their mobile home


Quirkyloon went the sentimental route with:

Everybunny loves somebunny sometimes



Some kids make their parents proud. Others, not so much.


But how fitting is it that it was CatLadyLarew who came through with the winner with

Dufus could only shake his head and wonder "Why?", as his brother Jim models his Halloween costume for his mom.

Congrats Cat Lady. You be hangin' with dufus!




Comments

Me-Me King said…
Ta-Dah! Congratulations Cat Lady, nice one.

Thanks for the shout out, Dufus!

he-he-he


word veri: relem
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: My pleasure.
Quirkyloon said…
Wow, what a word veri: deednise!

Oh, sorry, got a little distracted there. hee hee

Congrats and a big Meow to the Cat Lady, she purrs!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: In fact, she was near purr-fect.
CatLadyLarew said…
I came out of my self-imposed hiding for a moment only to see this photo... just couldn't resist. Hope Jim doesn't take me off his Christmas list because of this! Always a privilege to hang with the Dufus!
nonamedufus said…
CatLady: WTG CL. As a regular I loved how you carried the theme over from last week. I thought your caption was hilarious. Who cares what Jim thinks. Let him get his own blog!

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