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Pause Ponder and Punt

There were some great captions this week.  For example Don demonstrated terrific punmanshp with...

The Pillsbury Doughboy will be sure to knead the team into a cohesive unit.


Ziva demonstrated her hunger to win with...

They knew little Jimmy had an eating problem when the football went missing mid-game.


And our good buddy Moooooog gave us something to Cheers about

Kirstey Alley plays football?!?!


But Mad Mad Margo has the week's winner...



Clearly a case of dunlap disease...his belly done lapped over the top of his pants.






Way to go Margo.  You be hangin' with the Dufus.  Uh, keep your germs to yourself.

Comments

Skye said…
Good job Margo, you done good :D
nonamedufus said…
Skye: Her answer made me laugh out loud!
Donnie said…
Hahaha. Thanks John and way to go Margo. That sounds like a southerner speaking though. Where'd you come up with that?
nonamedufus said…
Don: If that guy can make it to the NFL, he'll be rolling in dough!
Anonymous said…
I'm still laughing out loud at Margo's caption!

She's a funny chick!

Good honorable mentions too.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: It was a good crop of captions this week, for sure.
Me-Me King said…
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Wow, I should try captioning under the influence more often.

Dunlap Disease is a "southern" term. Thanks for noticing, Don! Remember, I am from Arkansas.

Thanks, Dufus, I'll add this badge to my blog as soon as I can find it again.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Well your caption had me laughin', which was pretty good as I could hardly breathe.
injaynesworld said…
Oh yeah... Margo totally rocked that one. Good job, girlfriend!
Tgoette said…
Way to go, Margo! I guess it's unanimous - drugs and captions go together!
nonamedufus said…
Jayne: In the words of a gal with her finger up her nose, she picked a winner!
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: I'm gonna try that approach next week.
Ziva said…
Awesome, an honorable mention. Give me another week (or five) and I'll have worked up the punning skills to be hanging with the Dufus. Maybe...

Margo's caption was definitely laugh out loud funny. Great job!
nonamedufus said…
Ziva: I know you can do it!
Chris said…
Dude, not that I'm a sore loser or anything (but admit it, "eating the passer" was hilarious), but that Dunlap's Disease line is older than dirt.

Sigh.

Congratulations, Margo.
nonamedufus said…
Chris: There were several "eating" themed captions, one of which made it into the honourable mentions. "Eating the passer" was funny to be sure. But sometimes "older" can be funny too. Look at me, for example...on a good day.

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