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Pause, Ponder and Pun



These guys must play hockey, 'cause that's some hat trick!  Leave your caption in the comments and we'll see you Sunday when we'll um, er, unveil the winner.

Oh, hey, and a shout out today to my fellow Wednesday caption contest companion MadMadMargo.




Margo's a big fan of my music blog, dufusdownbeat, and leaves me comments almost on a daily basis.  We have a great time discussing rock and roll there.  Well over at her place on Monday, Margo wrote a really nice piece about the blog and bumped up my followers and commenters.  Thanks Margo and thanks to all those that dropped by.  It's only rock and roll...but I'm glad you like it.

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
We always lift our hats to the ladies.
Moooooog35 said…
The 'Mr. Walmart' competition gets racy.
ba_hutch said…
Doesn't this plaid make me look kinda puffy?


Word veri: dicro
Me-Me King said…
You can't judge a man's size by his cover.
Don said…
Our hat's are off to you. No wait...! How about a smile instead?
VE said…
It took months for the Darwen brothers to realize their act would be much more successful with the ladies if they used top hats...
idifficult said…
Months of work by a crack Canadian underpants design team and this is what we get...
FreakSmack said…
Just as the Johnson brothers were about to finish their rendition of the striptease from The Full Monty, the crowd begged "Please Leave Your Hats On!".
lotgk said…
First two drop outs of the Tareq and Michaele Salahi Gate crashers seminar.
Tanya said…
In an ill-advised salute to Alabama's national championship win, two intoxicated fans "Bear" it all!

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