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Pause Ponder and Sumo Wrestlers On Horseback

This was an odd pic but we had some great captions this week. Not to say we don't every week, but this week's captions were sumothing else!

Moooooog bowed in with...

The race was too close to call when, suddenly and without warning, Kato ate his horse.


00dozo got a leg up with...

As a demonstration sport for the 2016 Olympics. here we have the new combined event of steeplechase for sushi. 


Last week's winner Renal Failure wrestled with his entry...

Nakamura prepares to activate his wasabi-powered nitro booster. Seven horses and their jockeys will die instantly.


And KABLOOEY threw her weight around with...

When the Oshima stable recruited the dim-witted, yet enthusiastic new sumo trainee, it didn't occur to the hefty lad that he'd wandered into the wrong type of stable. Poor Akinori is about to massively lose face when he discovers his mistake.


But it was Jeremy from We Took The Bait who forced all his opponents out of the ring with.



Somewhere, there's a 90 pound guy preparing to wrestle someone four times his size.


Way to go Jeremy! You be hangin' with the dufus this week. Congratulations.


Speaking of hangin', hey folks, don't forget I'll be hangin' out here next Tuesday...




Don's asked me to sit in for him and salute some morons, so be sure and stop by. Oh, I'm not insinuating you're a moron. Uh, not that there's anything wrong with that. No, ah, Don writes about morons. Yeah that's the ticket. And wait till you see the moron I've come up with. Now, I know some of you folks can't read without moving your lips, so I'll remind you again next week.

Comments

00dozo said…
Ha, ha, ha! A great caption, Jeremy! Congrats!

The other honourables were equally hilarious, and congrats to you too.

Thanks dufus, for the mention, as well.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: We had a lot of great captions this week. It gets tougher and tougher to choose a winner.
Don said…
Those were some funny caps. I had a problem with that, as I do most of the pictures. See you Tuesday.
renalfailure said…
Quality as always.

Is Don going to have you update his fantasy football team too?
Quirkyloon said…
Hai-Ya! To Jeremy! And all the other honorable mentions!

Hanging' with the dufus is fun, even though he farts a lot! *poof*
nonamedufus said…
Don: Looking forward to our little experiment. That was a fresh piece, just for you.
nonamedufus said…
renal failure: Another good caption from you this week. Yeah, it looks like Don could use all the help he can get on that fantasy football thing.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: You're one to far.. uh, talk!
Ziva said…
Jeremy did good, I laughed out loud when I read his caption. Definitely the right choice, Noname!
nonamedufus said…
Ziva: Yep. It was almost neck-and-neck but Jeremy won in a photo-finish.
Wow! That was unexpected...

Thanks, Dufus and all!

I feel like Guns N' Roses accepting the best heavy metal video of 1989 over Metallica. Grateful, of course, but was anticipating honorable mention at best.

I'll steal this one from Tgoette/Moooooog/Ziva/Kablooey/00dozo.
nonamedufus said…
Jeremy: Imma let you finish but Beyonce really had the best video. Oh wait, this isn't the MTV awards, it's my dufus thingy and you had the funniest caption. Way to go!
Quirkyloon said…
Hai-Ya! To Jeremy! And all the other honorable mentions!

Hanging' with the dufus is fun, even though he farts a lot! *poof*

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