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Pause Ponder and Poop

I don't know where to begin with this one.  But I'm sure you guys do.  After all you crack me up very week.  Why should this week be any different?

I'm looking forward to your captions.  Leave them in the comments.  And don't forget to come back for the big reveal on Saturday.

Oh yeah, visit Mad Mad Margo for her crappy caption contest too.


Ziva said…
Not surprisingly, this is the hat they make you wear to a shitheads anonymous meeting.
Ziva said…
Does this hat make me look like an ass?
Ziva said…
The 2 for 1 hat - party hat and practical joke, in one pretty package.
Moooooog35 said…
Victoria's Secret debuts the new line of Sarah Jessica Parker hats.
Malisa said…
Before I get busy thinking of shit...I mean thinking up a caption, I wanted to let you know that I gave you props in my post today. Check it out!

Malisa said…
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The perfect head accessory for the person who likes to occasionally take their hat, place it in a paper bag, set it on fire, and toss it on their neighbor's doorstep.
MA Fat Woman said…
What will those damn French people think of next?
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog has also been making a name for himself among the elite New York City art critics.
00dozo said…
Mental Poo.

(yeah, I know, too easy.)
CatLadyLarew said…
Good one, 00dozo... I always wondered what mental poo looked like (other than Moooooog)
Leeuna said…
Rumor has it that Sarah Palin has already tossed her hat into the ring for the 2012 presidential election.
trash talk said…
Mama always said he had s%$# for brains...guess this proves it.
Don said…
Dammit! This is right up my alley (or ass) and I'm totally drawing a blank. Crap!
00dozo said…
Leeuna: Totally hilarious! LOL.

Cat Lady: Thanks!
Skye said…
Mom has always said my brother was so full of shit that his eyes were turning brown. He must have really pulled a doozy this time, it's sprouting from his head!
Skye said…
I wonder if this new fashion statement will stop the birds from crapping on my head?
Tgoette said…
I haven't seen a steaming pile of shit like that since Sarah Palin's book came out.
FreakSmack said…
Ice Cream men should always choose vanilla for their hats.
Tgoette said…
Before Harvey's new hat design became such a smash success, he was just a lonely guy with a Great Dane.
Tommy greatly preferred being a shithead to being shitfaced, which always left a bad taste in his mouth.
Murr Brewster said…
Please note: the white dog turd chapoo is not available after Labor Day.
00dozo said…
To honour it's recently acquired individual status, the Quebecquois has formed it's own force of "Grenediers". Shown here, the QG unveils it's own version of the 'bearskin' sported by the British.

(Inspired by Murr Brewster!)
Anonymous said…
Brain Drain
Malisa said…
The manager at Dairy Queen could never figure out why soft-serve hat day was never well received by the public.
Malisa said…
Dr. Oz discovers that visual aids help his audience understand the characteristics of a healthy poop.
Malisa said…
The Fudge Packers Union annual convention was always a formal affair.

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