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Pause Ponder and Pooh-Pooh

It seems pooh brings out the best in people.  Well, not literally.  What I mean is give you guys a picture having something to do with pooh and the comments submitted are the best and funniest I've ever had the pleasure to read.

There were a shitload of good comments this week which made it hard to sort through them and pick a winner.  So this week, in addition to our runners-up, I've decided to do something a little different.  Yep, you heard me - another first here at nonamedufus - a three-way...a three-way tie that is.

So, flush with excitement, here are our runners up:

Everyday Goddess:

I just swam up from China and boy are my arms tired.


Canadian Blend:

This is worse than New York's problem with rats coming up through the plumbing.


Tgoette:

But Mommy, I want to go see NEMO!!!!

And here are our 3 winners...

00dozo was simple and to the point.  She dropped this caption:

Revenge of the Turds


Tom bowled me over with:

I couldn't find the cell phone, but here's those Legos I threw in last week.


And Chris@Knucklehead dumped this one on us:

The inspiration for Harry Chapin's first draft...
"The kid's in the crapper and he smells like poo
His sister just flushed and lost his left shoe
When can I get out Dad? I don't know when
But you'll take a shower then, son, you'll take a shower then."


So congratulations 00dozo, Tom and Chris.  You guys be hangin' with the dufus!  Uh, anyone got any air freshener?

And to my drive-by followers, click on the links to visit these folks' blogs.  They're responsible for some of the funniest and most entertaining blogs on the www!

Comments

00dozo said…
*phrrrt* Ooops! Pardon me;-)

I would like to *phrrrt* thank dufus for this *phrrrt* Phoopy award which I will *phrrrt* proudly display and *phrrrt* cherish.

*phrrrt* Ok, I be leaving now.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: You're welcome...ewww, light a candle or somethin' will ya?
00dozo said…
*sniff sniff* - ok, it's clear

My apologies for leaving so abruptly earlier(the coffee worked). And, of course, sorry for my stinky acceptance speech, (da dump dump).

Dozo me, I forgot to congradulate my co-winners, Chris and Tom, not to mention the honourable mentionees. Big Phoopies to yous! (and I mean that in the most affectionate way ;-)
Don said…
Wow! Three winners! Shows you what you what can be done when everybody puts out.
I have no clue what I was trying to say there. Congratulations to the winners anyway.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: No problem. I know that when you gotta go, you gotta go!
nonamedufus said…
Don: I know exactly what you're trying to say. Just push a little harder, Don.
RA said…
I can understand your dilemma, Dufus! LOL
Congrats to all the winners and runner uppers! :)
Quirkyloon said…
Toilet humor always brings the best out of humanity.

*grin*
nonamedufus said…
RA: It really was an amazing week for craptions, erm, captions!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, maybe, but it tends to leave an odour too!
CatLadyLarew said…
Congrats to the winners... this one provided so many great captions!
nonamedufus said…
CL: It really did, didn't it. You could say I was "moved".
Canadian Blend said…
It is an honor to be a runner-up. Congrats to all the winners.
00dozo said…
(OK, it's "Poohpy" or "Poohpie", not "Phoopy" ... damn my dyslexic ass, not to mention the pharts - sorry guys.)
nonamedufus said…
Cdn Blend: Woo-hoo, way to go!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: OK, I'd goo with poopy. Pooh pie is what comes out of a cow!
Ziva said…
Congrats to the winners and runner-ups! Poo really does bring out the best in people.
nonamedufus said…
Ziva: Yeah, and sometime people bring out the best pooh!
KaLynn said…
Congratulations to all the top winners and winners on the next poopy step!
nonamedufus said…
KaLynn: Glad you enjoyed the captions. Watch your step!
Tgoette said…
Congratulations to all the winners! Truly some inspired captions this week. You guys really know your ...um...stuff.
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: Congratulations to you too sir. Others were funny and sewer you.
FreakSmack said…
Wow, I didn't realize you were posting again. I just saw on my Analytics account that I got a visit from here, and thought I'd come snooping around.

Glad to see you made it through chemo, and am looking forward to captioning some photos again.
nonamedufus said…
FreakSmack: Yep, I'm back in the saddle. Good to be back. Snoop all you like!
Good choices one and all, NoName.

And yes, I'm still alive. Barely.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: You're back! Great news, guy.
All right! Victory is MINE! Well, along with the other two guys.

Thanks, Dufus!
nonamedufus said…
Chris: No problem, even though Harry Chapin might be rollin' over in his grave!
Don said…
Wow! Three winners! Shows you what you what can be done when everybody puts out.
I have no clue what I was trying to say there. Congratulations to the winners anyway.
FreakSmack said…
Wow, I didn't realize you were posting again. I just saw on my Analytics account that I got a visit from here, and thought I'd come snooping around.

Glad to see you made it through chemo, and am looking forward to captioning some photos again.

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