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Pause Ponder and Pun

They say a picture's worth a thousand words.

Leave me a caption or two or three in the comments, just a little shorter than that, and we'll get back to you with the winner on Saturday.

Happy ppp-ing!


Moooooog35 said…
Why I stopped going to Supercuts.
Moooooog35 said…
"Come in, Tokyo...come in..Tokyo.."
Don said…
Crazy Daisy models the precursor to tin foil hats.
Quirkyloon said…
Do you think the Beav will like it?


hee hee
00dozo said…
After numerous failed attempts to read their minds, men develop an early Woman-Wi-Fi prototype.
00dozo said…
An early concept of the "Pippy Longstocking" look.
After hooking her up to the TV, Mark adjusted his wife's antenna in what proved to be a vain attempt to tune in The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
Mark wasn't proud of his fetish. But then, neither was Mary.
Cruella Collett said…
"Sheryl Crow? Oops, I thought you said 'scarecrow'..."
Tgoette said…
Stay still. If I don't put this hat on just right, it will look stupid.
Tgoette said…
"We estimate the crow was doing about 100 mph when it hit your head. Thank God for Aqua Net."
00dozo said…
Lady Ga Ga finally reveals one of the inspirations for her fashion.
K A B L O O E Y said…
Babs is smiling because she has the utmost confidence in Mr. Steven. What she doesn't know is we've secretly replaced Mr. Steven's coffee with magic mushroom tea.
Phil's valiant effort at making frequent customer Jeanne "more Coolio-esque."
Cruella Collett said…
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope. Hat.
Henry Stone said…
"Salon, salon, Sally, salon..."

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