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Pause Ponder and Pun



Sometimes the world of sports can provide some of the most unintentionally funny photos.

With the basketball playoffs under way what's more appropriate than the picture above.  Well maybe a pic of the Celtics hoisting the trophy but we'll save that for another time.

Leave as many captions as you like in the comments section and then dribble on back Saturday and see who be dunkin' with dufus!

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
Mmmmm.... salty!
Moooooog35 said…
Aren't you glad you use Dial? Don't you wish everybody did?
Moooooog35 said…
Jimmy misunderstood when the coach said they were going to 'lick the competition.'
Leeuna said…
"What would you do for a Klondike Bar?"
Don said…
Well, it's the way we do it in Taiwan!
Don said…
I'll try anything to make him miss.
ba_hutch said…
How to keep the canaries away.

(See video: http://nonamedufus.blogspot.com/2010/06/all-news-thats-fit-to-drink.html )
ba_hutch said…
Note to self: Watermelon flavored lip-gloss is not a substitute for deodorant.
00dozo said…
Man, he's got great hang time.
After a triple dog dare, Trevor had no choice but to stick his tongue against a frozen statue of Yao Ming.
Anonymous said…
He'll be going to the line for a lick foul.

I still can't get over why on earth the guy's tongue would be hanging out of his mouth.

Ick.
Schwartz was whistled for setting a "moving lick".

Yeah, he may be trying to eat Yao Ming, but you know he's gonna be hungry again in an hour.

Having successfully licked the arm pit of Yao Ming, Schwartz's next task on "NBA Scavenger Hunt" will be to chew off Kobe Bryant's right thumbnail.
Tgoette said…
If you order second armpit lick, you get eggroll.
Tgoette said…
And that's how Jeremy accidentally discovered a heretofore previously unknown erogenous zone.
ReformingGeek said…
Dude.. That tickles!
Jaime said…
taking gross male behavior to a whole new level...

ick.
Malisa said…
These are some of the BEST captions ever! I am laughing my ass off..and that is a lot to laugh off! I will have to get super-inspired to compete in this contest!
00dozo said…
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Jingle said…
http://itistimetothinkformyself.blogspot.com/2010/06/theme-thursday-love-is-sweet.html

here is mine tt post.
there are candy treats on my previous post.
take and enjoy some!
;)
00dozo said…
Evidently, Steve was a horse in a previous life.

(eventally I can't spell today)
00dozo said…
Evidently, Steve was a horse in a previous life.

(eventally I can't spell today)

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