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Pause Ponder and Pinch

Okay guys.

You know the drill.

No help from me this week.

See ya Saturday with the winners.

Speaking of winners...pop on over to Mad-Mad Margo's and participate in her caption contest.


Oh, hey, today's my turn over at The Parody Files.  Drop over and leave a comment there, too, after you've read my latest masterpiece - The Naked Chef!


Moooooog35 said…
The day I KNEW he was my son.
Moooooog35 said…
Jimmy tries to jumpstart the honeymoon.
Moooooog35 said…
It was on or around this time that Billy regretted his desire to stop breastfeeding.
Me-Me King said…
Mommy's aren't as firm as yours.
Doogie Howser's younger brother, Scooter, calls for an ultrasound after feeling what may be a small cyst in Nicole's right breast.
Kelly said…
"Are they ripe yet?"
Leeuna said…
"Okay, so what time is lunch?"
Don said…
I hate when some kid beats me to the boobs.
Ziva said…
The day Maria got married was the happiest day of her life. Coincidentally, it was also the happiest day of little Timmy's life.
Ziva said…
"You're really good at this, Timmy. A little more to the left and you'll be playing birds and bees with the bridesmaids in no time."
renalfailure said…
From an early age, Paulie knew he'd one day man the "Guess Your Bra Size" stand at the carnival.
Tgoette said…
Say what you want about the downside of being an adolescent midget, Bobby wasn't thinking about that right now...
Skye said…
Little Johnny proves that he takes his watching and learning and puts it into practice!
Skye said…
Groped by a kid, if he were a man I'd be outraged and slap him. As it is though, it's kinda neat being the first woman he's felt up, or am I?
Skye said…
I think I like older women, little girls my age don't have anything like This to play with!
Skye said…
Women beware, Little Johnny is in da House!
FreakSmack said…
Birwearwoooooowshhhhh... biroooooo... Come in Tokyo.... Birwooo... Tokyo... Do You Copy?
I don't have a caption for this. Not yet, anyway. I just keep thinking, "Lucky kid."
FreakSmack said…
Before using little Timmy was stuck at first base with flat chested preschool chicks... Look at him now!

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