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Pause Ponder and Pun

Welcome back to nonamedufus's weekly caption contest.  I know it's been a while, but we're back and raring to go!  Here's this week's pic...

Leave your caption in the comments and truck on back here Saturday when we'll plow through the submissions and choose a winner.

See ya then!


Moooooog35 said…
It never ceases to amaze me what you can buy at Walmart.
CatLadyLarew said…
Mr. & Mrs. Dufus come down to the states to be in the Fourth of July parade.
ba_hutch said…
Sick & Tired of being called "HOG" everywhere he went, Bubba traded in his Harley for a John Deere. He is hoping to be called "J-DOG".
Scraps said…
To quote the song...

"She thinks my tractor's sexy"
Quirkyloon said…
No entry, but I gotta say, now that there is a bike!

I'm sticking with Harleys.
00dozo said…
Would that woman be considered a "biker chick" or a "tractor tramp"?
00dozo said…
"She was sooo fat ..."
K A B L O O E Y said…
Because Billy-Ray really wants to do a wheelie...
Don said…
Hey dear!? Get off my Deer! It's going flat!
Leeuna said…
"Nothing fits her rear like a John Deere."
Malisa said…
Billy Bob really knows how to haul ass!
00dozo said…
"Get me to the church on time!"

(me moms contribution ;-)
Tgoette said…
Thanks to West Coast Choppers, Bobby Ray finally had a bike that could carry him and his girlfriend, Mindy.
Skye said…
Now that thar is mai brotha Bubba, and hiz wiyfe (mai sista) Charlene. You see that cow's head on the front of the John Deer tracta' cum trike? Well Bubba dun did wrestle that critter to the ground and strangled him dead with his bare hands! Now that thar cow scull is one fancy trophy, so you be mindin' your p's and q's in regards as to what you say, hear?

God that was fun! Thanks Mr. Dufus Sir, and welcome back, even if I'm actually pretty much on hiatus! :)
my confirm word is gigle, I like it :D
Malisa said…
And that, class, is how the term piggy-back began!
Quirkyloon said…
No entry, but I gotta say, now that there is a bike!

I'm sticking with Harleys.

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