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I'm out of town tending to some personal business.  Sorry if you were looking for me yesterday.  I've only just got enough time to share with you our winner this week.

I think Tgoette rose to the occasion with his caption of...


Michaelangenlo's David giving a Golden Shower to school children
is part of the latest wave in modern cultural expression, followed by 
the Mona Lisa taking a dump on a live chicken.



Way to go Tgoette.  You be hangin' with nonamedufus this week!

See everyone next Wednesday for our next Pause, Ponder and Pun.

Comments

Me-Me King said…
Congratulations!!! You're a real whiz at captioning.
Tgoette said…
Thank you dufus! It's such an honor to be included with the likes of your many captioning greats (all heroes of mine!)

Hanging with the dufus!

Top of the world, Ma!
Quirkyloon said…
Congrats to the Mr. Tgoette! You deserve to HANG for that caption.

Erm, I mean hang with Nomie, of course.

Of course.

*smile*
http://drinksbeforedinner.com said…
After bad press over not showing emotion during his apology, Tiger Woods has again stepped foward. This time using no scripted material, he offered a waiting world what it wanted most: an unambiguous, heartfelt expression of the turmoil within.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: I should have known you not to be one to hold it in!
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: Finally. I knew you'd take it soon. Congratulations.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Are you saying he's well hung?
nonamedufus said…
drinksbeforedinner: If you're commenting on the picture, that's a good one!

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