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Pause Ponder and Perverted Pets

Our little friend in the picture looks like she's enjoying her noodles. They must taste good. Speaking of good taste, here's this week's winning captions, beginning with our honourable mentions.


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The unfortunate result of forgetting to remove your
bubble-gum before eating your noodles.



Whoopie cushions make lousy fashion accessories.



But dufus doesn't want captions with good taste! No. Our winner this week is the absolutely tasteless Skeeter from Dead Dog with:

She was sooooo ugly, her parents put that fake anus on her face
to get the dog to like her.

Way to go Skeeter. You be hangin' with the dufus. Congratulations, dude!


See you guys next week. Oh, and hey, if you're literate you may want to catch my post from earlier in the week The Bloggerhood Of The Traveling Book. I think apart from the 4 literate comments I got the rest of the folks that dropped by Thursday must have been illiterate. Dunno. Just sayin'. Not too late to leave a comment, though. Cheers.

Comments

Quirkyloon said…
Hey! That's TWO honorable mentions! I think that's ALMOST as good as "hangin' with ye."

Yee haw!

And congrats to Skeeter for his/her (?) disgusting and winning caption.

hee hee

*grin*
00dozo said…
Congrats to skeeter! I really liked his other one too!

Congrats, as well, to the runners up. Thanks for another honourable metion, but I think BonyMike's was pretty good too (albeit a bit long winded).

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Well it beats a dishonourable mention, doesn't it?
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Mike had a good one, yep, but my post had been put to bed before he submitted it. Around here you have to submit early submit often!
Kelly said…
DYING at Skeeter's winning caption!
nonamedufus said…
Kelly: It doesn't say much for dogs, but I still thought it was pretty funny.
Sandra said…
Ok Skeeter is my hero. Nothing says authenticity like that!
nonamedufus said…
Sandra: Oh Skeeter's authentic. We just haven't figured out an authentic what.
Skeeter's was good and definitely in the top five, but in all honesty, I like Quirky's the best. No offense. Humor is subjective, I know.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: Gee, maybe I should open this up to a vote. I could call it "So You Think You Can Caption?"
00dozo said…
Congrats to skeeter! I really liked his other one too!

Congrats, as well, to the runners up. Thanks for another honourable metion, but I think BonyMike's was pretty good too (albeit a bit long winded).

;-)

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