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Pause Ponder and Pun #63

Waddaya think?

Inspiration for Neil Sedaka, maybe?

Why don't you give it a go.

Check back Saturday to see who be hangin' with dufus.

Comments

Moooooog35 said…
The Marriage Experiment: Day 2.
Moooooog35 said…
A couple discusses all of Obama's great ideas.
Moooooog35 said…
..and then the restaurant said they were out of Splenda and Jim's day was ruined.
ba_hutch said…
Yuri Geller attempts to bend the spoon in Natasha's cup. If successful, he will then attempt to bend Natasha to his will.
Simple Dude said…
Listening in to their thoughts:

Him: I knew she shouldn't have ordered the cheese bread. I'm definitely going home alone tonight.

Her: Ok sure, that wasn't very ladylike of me. But everyone farts right?

SD
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Boom Boom Larew said…
How am I going to tell her I'm dating her mother?
vickilikesfrogs said…
If you have an erection lasting more than four hours...
Anonymous said…
"I'm sorry, but I really thought this tie went well with this shirt."

"Mmm-hmm. You NEVER listen to me."
Linda Medrano said…
You caught it off a toilet seat?
00dozo said…
Damn! I knew I shouldn't have taken that Viagara so early.
HumorSmith said…
Hmm...a head in the hand is worth two...no, wait. Head in my bed is worth...no. I know! Hey baby, is that a spoon in your cup or are you just glad to see me?

Or:

Dammit! When will I learn not to talk about those little sores on my johnson on the first date?
Tom deperately wanted to have sex with Julie. But he couldn't remember his best lines.
skeeter said…
Just an average ordinary dinner after 5 years of marriage, isn't it??? Or Am I doing something wrong?
Anonymous said…
These are all very funny captions! You are going to have a tough job picking one this weekend! - G
Boom Boom Larew said…
Love Mike's caption!
Trojan -- preventing moments like this one 87 to 94 percent of the time.
The Empress said…
Love will keep us together? or breaking up is hard to do?
HumorSmith said…
Hmm...a head in the hand is worth two...no, wait. Head in my bed is worth...no. I know! Hey baby, is that a spoon in your cup or are you just glad to see me?

Or:

Dammit! When will I learn not to talk about those little sores on my johnson on the first date?

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