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Pause Ponder and Pun #56


OK.

You know what to do.

Leave your captions.

I'll do my best to strip them down to a winning entry Saturday.

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Boom Boom Larew said…
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Boom Boom Larew said…
The officers misunderstood when Jonathan said he was hung like a battering ram.
00dozo said…
Seamus was ejected from the Streaker's Convention for not being circumcised.

(ROTFLMAO @ Boom Boom!)
Quirkyloon said…
The man in the black jacket walking "behind" thinking: "I wonder if he's had a Brazillian wax lately, so smooth and tight."
Whitey said…
It's not the first time Terry has been undressed by an opponent. It is the first time he's been arrested for it, though.
Tarheel Rambler said…
The guys told him what would happen if he didn't take a shower soon.
skeeter said…
New mascot-FAIL!
00dozo said…
Seamus misunderstood his invitation for Axe's 'Clean Your Balls' infomercial.
Miss Nikki said…
I can finally scratch off item # 83 from my bucket list... Tomorrow item #91 "wake-up in jail" can also be scratched out!
renalfailure said…
At least he kept his socks on.
Tgoette said…
Though Larry liked to bill himself as the "human divining rod," the only things he found that night were cheerleaders.

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