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There's always one at every party!

Leave your caption.  We'll see which one is out of this world when we check back Saturday.

Meanwhile, drag your knuckles on over to Mad Mad Margo and see what goodie she has for you to caption over there.  Good luck.

Comments

Me-Me King said…
Well, here I am. What were your other two wishes?
Me-Me King said…
You know the more I drink, the prettier you get!
Ziva said…
E.T. knew he was different when he hit puberty and all the girls ever wanted to do was phone home.
Moooooog35 said…
HAHA. Look at the crazy guy wearing a purple shirt!
Moooooog35 said…
..when Danny Devito shaves his body, the chicks come-a-runnin'.
Moooooog35 said…
It's usually in the bars at around 2 a.m. that the desperate ones start trolling.
Leeuna said…
"So, what's your sign?"
Leeuna said…
"You wanna go up to my place and share some Reese's Pieces?"
Quirkyloon said…
"E.T. was kidnapped and sold as a sex slave on his way home."
Mrsblogalot said…
Hey, is that girl behind me checking out my butt?
CatLadyLarew said…
Speed Dating just isn't what it used to be.
Matty said…
Pardon me, but would you have any Grey Poupon?
mac said…
"Is there something in my teeth?"
What Zorax lacked in good looks, he made up for in self-confidence.
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The more Jenny talked to Zorax, the more he seemed out of this world.
For the first time since she started dating, Jenny was glad to be the sister who didn't have functional gaydar.
Tgoette said…
Lacey didn't usually date aliens, but he had his own place, he had a job and really, really long fingers.
Tgoette said…
Hey baby, how about you and I blow this party and go somewhere to share some genetic material?
Kelly said…
At 10 they're 2's and at 2 they're 10's.
Skye said…
"Look Lady, you're just not my type ok!?! First off, you insist on wearing clothes. Secondly, and more importantly, I'm only here because I'm supposed to see if there are any redeeming qualities to keep us from annihilating this planet."
Skye said…
"Look what happened to me! She said it was "Love Potion Number 9", how am I supposed to get any lovin' lookin' like this!?!"
E-Harmony uses 29 dimensions of compatability, so that anyone regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or biochemistry can find their ideal mate.
FreakSmack said…
Jägermeister... Helping hairy little German dudes get laid since 1934!
renalfailure said…
Both of these males will anally probe you, but only one will do it after slipping a roofie in your drink. Can you determine which one?

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