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This guy goes to the head of the class for being such an idiot. You guys go to the head of the class for being so funny.

Behind the scenes where all the King's horses
and all the King's men try to fix that fat shit,
Humpty Dumpty.

Following this unfortunate incident, the game of 'Musical Chairs' has been
banned from all public schools.

The day Matt decided that lion taming was not a viable career choice.

After being caught by surprise, Bobby realizes his chair sniffing days are over.

Our winner this week is that comical character from Colorado, MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings...

Paramedic 1: "It'd be easier to cut his head off."
Paramedic 2: "Yup. I don't think he needs it, either."

Way to go Mike. That one had me falling off my chair *rolls eyes*. Anyway, you've joined that prestigious group of people we obviously let pretty much anyone join.

You now be hangin' with dufus, Mike. Congratulations.

And congratulations to all our commenters this week.

And, hey, click on the links of our winners this week. They're pretty funny people.


00dozo said…
Congrats to BonyMike!! Hilarious!

Thanks for another honourable mention, dufus, and congrats to my co-honorees!
nonamedufus said…
oodozo: You guys just get funnier every week. It gets more and more difficult to pick a winner, I tell ya.
Anonymous said…
That was a good one! Congratulations to Mike! - G
brookeamanda said…
I went to school with a boy who got his head stuck in his desk when we were in 5th grade. It was epic...and he never lived it down:)
Anonymous said…
Oh that Mike! He such a word mongerer! And a good one at that. I can only that someday I will grow up to be as great of a mongerer as he!


Congrats to Mike and the honorable mentions (even Moooog35).
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Word mongerer? Hey, if anybody's gonna do any pimpin' on my blog it should be me!
I was so sure I wouldn't win, I forgot to check to see if I did until tonight. Not that I only think about myself, mind you, but I pretty much do. Anyway, I'm extremely honored to have won this contest, especially since I'm not that good with captions and the like. Thank you, NoName.
Mongerer? Isn't that the dude with the horses who conquered the known world back in the year 900 or something?
nonamedufus said…
Mike: You da man. A week late, mind you. You da late man.
nonamedufus said…
Mike Yeah, he was a real dog.
My schedule's been really shitty lately. Life, too.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Kinda like the story about the guy sitting on the curb, head in hands, very, very said. Out of nowhere a fairy appears to him and says "Cheer up, things could be worse." So he cheered up and sure enough things got worse.

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