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That's Just Not Right - Pause, Ponder and Pun

It's up to you.

Why not take a whack at it.

Leave a caption in the comments and we'll see you here back on Saturday to see who cracked us up. (Oh, that was bad.)

Don't forget to visit cheeky Me-Me and see what she's got going on in her caption challenge today.


Sorry, folks, it must be the chemo meds, but I ran this a day early.  Since there were already 5 comments when I discovered this I've flipped this with today's intended post...but hit away with your captions!


Moooooog35 said…
Revolutionary War historians reveal the actual source of the 'shot heard round the world.'
Moooooog35 said…
..and Jimmy always remembered to put his toys away after that.
ba_hutch said…
Thank you sir, may I have another?
ba_hutch said…
My ass is all ears.
Moooooog35 said…
Does this paddle make my ass look red?
Don said…
I was wondering why the early post. You're forgiven. A clap of thunder followed by a massive shockwave shot through the drunken masses.
Quirkyloon said…
"Can you feel it now? Old Man? What's that? I said, can you feel it now?"

Paddle made by Verizon
Mr. Knucklehead said…
"This is NOT the AMA-approved method of taking a suppository!"
Tgoette said…
As the new face of Fox News, Sarah Palin expected a certain degree of hazing by her co-workers.

"...And that's for making us lose the election, bitch!"
Tgoette said…
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Tgoette said…
Starving Students Pest Control is called to the house of actor Richard Gere to handle a rodent problem.
ReformingGeek said…
I never go anywhere without my whoopie cushion.
Whitey said…
Finally, proof positive that Prince Charles does have his head up his ass.
Anxious to prove that "Bob" was actually a Ferengi spy, Tom used just enough force to reveal the alien's ears.
Professor Emeritus had an usual way of demonstrating that, just like a pebble tossed in a pond, a seemingly small event can create ripples that have catastrophic consequences. But nobody ever forgot the lesson they learned that day. Especially Bob, who eventually learned to sleep standing up.
"Hmmm. I'm surprised, class. I really thought the paddle would break with this much force. Let's call MythBusters."
Me-Me King said…
The day Silly Putty was invented.
FreakSmack said…
I've heard of the "butterfly effect" and the " ripple effect", but never the "butt-cheek effect?"
CatLadyLarew said…
How Dumbo's ears got on Sidney's ass, we'll never know. Now the only question that remains is, "Where is Dumbo's trunk?"
Leeuna said…
When you turn the other cheek...

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