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Sunday Funnies - Father's Day Edition

Happy Father's Day to all you fathers out there.  And you mothers? Hey, you already had a day, it's our turn...






We now join our regularly scheduled program...already in progress...


Comments

00dozo said…
Funny stuff! You've earned the revocation of the red card I gave you.
;-)

Happy Father's Day!
Don said…
In my opinion, the effective sleep agents as pictured are as right as rain. Rock on!
CatLadyLarew said…
What? You mean there's no free beer for Father's Day? My dad's going to be sorely disappointed.
Anonymous said…
Terrific funnies Nomie!

Vuvuzela's torture still reigns effective and hilarious!

*hooooonk*

Sorry, that could get me banned from here, couldn't it?

hee hee

Happy Father's Day to you dear Sir!
RA said…
OK, how about free beer for the ladies then? Either that of the brooms start slippin....
It's raining on your site! (@Don: Ha! "Right as rain.")

Cool. I like the new design. And at some point I'm going to have to tune into a soccer game just to see what all the Vulavuzulzala horn thing is all about.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: GOALLL!!!
nonamedufus said…
Don: Yeah, I've really been getting the distinct impression this week that the majority of Americans couldn't give a hoot about the World Cup. And I'm not talking about vuvuzelas!
nonamedufus said…
Boom-Boom: Welcome back my friend. This must be a bittersweet Father's Day for your Dad. I'll hoist one for him today.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Banned? Never! I like rock banneds as much as the next guy. (ha, ha...sometimes I'm too much.)
nonamedufus said…
RA: Right on! Although to paraphrase what they say - or sing - in heaven there's no free beer, that's why we drink it here!
nonamedufus said…
Frank: The new design's just a free blogger design. But I like it a lot more than the old one.

And on the horn thing, I've never before had the sensation of watching a televised sporting event from within a hornet's nest. It's a real buzz! (And it gave me something to write about!)
Leeuna said…
Great funnies today. I love the one with the slipping broom. Oh, and everybody is complaining about the horns. They should be banned.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: You think that broom slipped, do you? Those horns are the most annoying things I've ever heard. And they're incessant.

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