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Pause Ponder and It Ain't Over 'Till The Fat Lady Showers

This week's pic brought out our real heavyweight captioners.  And there were many good captions made at someone else's expense - the lady in the shower.  But we've got to narrow things down (as should the shower lady) so let's start with our honourable mentions.

00dozo made the lady the butt of her joke with:

"Honey, I've lost the soap again."


Tgoette took a different approach and cracked me up with:

"Hey, I found the remote control!"


And "Boom-Boom" Cat Lady Larew took a musical approach tooting in with:

I like big butts and I can not lie.  Somehow I don't think this is what Sir Mix-a-Lot had in mind...


But Jeremy from We Took The Bait came from behind with this week's winner:

Though he found Stella's request odd, plumber Stanley Walsh installed a shower that sprayed bacon grease in her downstairs bathroom.




Way to go Jeremy, you be hangin' with dufus this week!  Congratulations.

And congratulations to everyone who played this week.  All of your captions were very funny and creative.  I hope to see you next Wednesday for another go.

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Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
MMMMMMMMM.... bacon! Well done, Jeremy!
00dozo said…
Congrats to Jeremy!

Wow! Another honourable mention! Thanks dufus!

Oh, my! I need to gain about five pounds, but after seeing that photo, I'm rethinking that idea.
nonamedufus said…
Boom-Boom: What do bacon and the lady in the shower have in common? They're stripped.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: That picture's the best incentive for Weight Watchers I've ever seen.
Don said…
Eeeew! Gross! God, just the thought of that is nauseating. I'd rather eat a shit sandwich rather than bathe or shower with the two legged Mack truck.
nonamedufus said…
Don: This mama's so fat, she got baptized at Sea World!
Thanks, everyone!

Good to be hangin' with the dufus again!
nonamedufus said…
Jeremy: You da man, Jeremy! Woot! (Do they still say that?)
00dozo said…
Oh, nertz! I just thought of another caption. That's me, always late. C'est la vie.

I think "woot" is out, but the 'fist pump' is in - I dunno, I may be wrong - we have to shed 20 years to be in the loop these days.

(I actually was "fist-pumped" by my nephew and his friends once - I felt honoured!)
;-)
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Oh yeah, now it's dawg. In which case it's woof!
I actually like the idea of a bacon grease shower.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Talk to Jeremy. It was his "sizzling" idea!
Thanks, everyone!

Good to be hangin' with the dufus again!

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