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On The Horns of a Dilemma

We had some great captions this week.  You guys keep nailin' it week in and week out.  And it's hard to pick just one winner, let alone several honourable mentions.  

But let' try.  Skye was on target with...

You are so lucky that my horns didn't spear you when I did this back-flip, but could ya give me a hand here, I'm kinda stuck now!?!


I liked Cat Lady's effort, for obvious reasons.  She taunted us with...

Damn... that bull be hangin' with Dufus!

And Tgoette showed his stuff with this crowd pleaser...

Roberto and his pet bull, Paco, show the crowd the feat that gained him national recognition on David Letterman's "Stupid Pet Tricks".

But it was my dear friend Quirkyloon who came up with the winner this week, and ran (bull) rings around her competitors...


You put your left horn in
You put your left horn out
You put your left horn in
And you shake it all about
You do the toreador pokey
And you get stuck in the ground
That's what its all about!

Arriba arriba!




Okay, there, Quirks, my friend...you be hangin' with the Dufus!!!  Congrats to all and we'll see you Wednesday for our next contest.

Be sure and click through to visit these folks' blogs.  They're not just funny here.  They've got some pretty funny stuff over at their sites too.

Comments

Skye said…
Way to go Quirkster, you be Hangin' With The Dufus! One of these days I'll be hangin' right along with you, but alas, it's not today :D
nonamedufus said…
Skye: Keep trying Skye!
CatLadyLarew said…
LOLZ to the Zombie Queen!
nonamedufus said…
CL: Your caption was very unique!
Don said…
I still think the bullfighters look gay. Dammit! There goes my homophobia again. Down boy! Down!
mama-face said…
Ah, that Quirky has the gift. :)
Me-Me King said…
Yea, Quirky!!! You rock!!!
Quirkyloon said…
What?

Me?

Moi?

Can I just say (tear drop) that I really needed this right now?

You don't know what the salve you just applied to my inner beast psyche.

I knew there was a reason you were my HOMIE!

Thank-you. *sob*

Don't worry, they're tears of joy.

Tears of joy.

Ha!
nonamedufus said…
Don: Hey, they don't call them gay caballeros for nothing. If nothing else, they are colourful.
nonamedufus said…
mama-face: The gift? Indeed.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: ...and rolls.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Wow, are you going through a Law and Order withdrawal? Way to go Quirks. I love a happy winner! And you're a happy winner with or without this contest!
FreakSmack said…
gratzi gratzi... wait, I think that means thanks, I meant to say the Italian word for congratulations, but I don't know it :(
nonamedufus said…
Freak Smack: Why it's congratulazioni! You're welcome!
Tgoette said…
Congrats Quirkyloon! A very clever job. Thanks for the mention, Dufus!
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: Hey, my pleasure. That's what it's all about.
I'm glad I couldn't come up with anything for this one because Quirky's was soooooo good. Very funny thought she had there, and win she did deserve to. Wow. Turned into Yoda have I.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Don't go over to the dark side.

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