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Just In Case You Were Wondering

We had captions by the case this week.  Booze just seems to bring the best out in people.  It was really hard to narrow this down.  It was even hard choosing the runners-up.  But after a few silly-pops the task got much easier.

Newcomer Dave "Loose Cannon" Wills toasted us with:

What's more important, love?  Me holding all the beer in both hands to look like a gentleman OR me holding your hand lovingly and being a gentleman.


Anonymous Whitey - I think I know this guy, he likes Corona - poured forth with:

Yep, the missus could always hold her beer better.


And Nooter capped things off with:

No longer marketable as a sultry prostitute, Venus is earning cash nowadays by renting out her services as a wheelbarrow.


Our winner?  Leeuna uncorked a good one with:



Don't judge me!  She's carrying the lite beer


Way to go Leeuna.  You have the distinction of hangin' with the dufus!  Congratulations...and pass me and Whitey a cold one.


Comments

Me-Me King said…
I knew when I read her caption she would have the pleasure of Hangin' with Dufus.

Congratulations, Leeuna, atta girl!
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: It was a tough choice but she came through the clear winner.
CatLadyLarew said…
Love, love, love Leeuna's caption! Way to go!
Don said…
I guess they only carry what they can drink. I base that on the relative size of their asses. Way to go Leeuna!
Anonymous said…
Congrats to Leeuna!

That was a great caption! Made me laugh lots!
nonamedufus said…
CL: Yeah, it was one of those lines that just made me laugh out loud.
nonamedufus said…
Don: Your insightful observances never cease to amaze me.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, I almost choked on my Corona.
Leeuna knows how to get it done, pure and simple. I couldn't think of a damn thing myself.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Ha! Leave it to a woman.
Sorcerer said…
haha..loved thy captions!!
nonamedufus said…
Sorcerer: Oh there's some pretty funny people out there.
Leeuna said…
Hey, I won? I really won? I didn't see this until now. (Tuesday night)I think I need to keep up with my bloggy friends a little better. I seem to be slipping. Thanks and I will display my badge with pride.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: Congratulations. That was one funny caption. Bottoms up!

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