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Pause Ponder and Pun

If there's a pic it must be Wednesday.

And if it's Wednesday it must be time for Pause Ponder and Pun, the #1 caption contest on the interwebs, according to the Time Zone Scoop Almanac.

Take a gander at the pic, leave your caption in the comments, and tear yourself away from whatever you're doing Saturday to see who came out on top.

Oh, yeah.  Wander on over to Mad-Mad Margo's for the other #1 caption contest on the internets.

And don't forget to hustle over to The Parody Files today where, in a frank manner, I write about the latest scandal to hit the Catholic Church.  It's Hygrade stuff!


CatLadyLarew said…
Not an auspicious beginning to a marriage...
CatLadyLarew said…
Stop! In the name of love.
Moooooog35 said…
This is the moment that all men practice their kung-fu grip for.
Moooooog35 said…
Dude..just let go. It's not every day that you find a woman who will deal with a guy who has hair like that.
Me-Me King said…
C'mon, honey. Those shotguns aren't really loaded.
Ziva said…
I've heard about cold feet, but this is just ridiculous.
Ziva said…
Come on honey, it's only until death do us part.
Scraps said…
I just want ONE picture of us together, then you can go put on your tuxedo t-shirt and do a keg stand, mkay?
Gina said…
Things don't change after 20 years, either!
Leeuna said…
"Wait! I don't remember doing this during rehearsal!!"
Don said…
This is what happens when you throw your hip out the night of the honeymoon.
Kelly said…
I swore I would get married by age 30 no matter what and you. are. it!
lotgk said…
Steven's suicide attempt was foiled for the second time.

Marriage was the first.
Tgoette said…
"Let go! I want lots and lots of babies, a huge house, lots of expensive things and to never have to work or give oral sex again!"
Newlyweds Jenny and Chris truly didn't understand the "Reverse Cowboy" position.
Rita helps her parapalegic husband, Douglas, to the altar, as he needed to sell his wheelchair to pay for the DJ and wedding photographer.
"Do you feel it honey?"
"Yes I do! Yes I do! AAaaahhh"
Malisa said…
According to the new Health Care Bill, all newlyweds MUST perform warm up exercises prior to the honeymoon to avoid catastrophic coital medical expenses.
00dozo said…
"It's not that I can't, I just don't wanna do the "Chicken Dance"!"
FreakSmack said…
Krazy Glue! Strong enough to keep her from ruining your life!
"Do you feel it honey?"
"Yes I do! Yes I do! AAaaahhh"

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