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Pause Ponder and Pun #64 - Christmas Edition

Ho-ho-ho...

Leave your caption of Christmas cheer.

And then we'll see you back here...

Saturday.

Comments

Moooooog35 said…
"Merry Christmas from the Cheneys."
Moooooog35 said…
..and that's how little Cindy's Xmas wish that her parents get back together never happened.
Moooooog35 said…
When Jews join the NRA.
Not realizing Jack Skellington had already been subdued, GI Jake was shocked to find he had stopped the real Santa.
LOTGK said…
Just another average day of the Palins defending America from Russia.
Whitey said…
"This one's for Grandma!"
Whitey said…
"You know, I got no issue with good will to men, but when he started talking about spreading peas on Earth ..."
Boom Boom Larew said…
No Virginia, there IS no freakin' Santa Claus.
Boom Boom Larew said…
See mom... I TOLD you I wouldn't shoot my eye out!
Whitey said…
And so ended Santa's reign as the bag-it and tag-it king.
Anonymous said…
Sarah Palin strikes again. "I betcha you didn't know that not only is Russia in my backyard, but I see Santa occasionally too."
Leeuna said…
"That's for coming down my chimney."
Greg said…
"I told you what I wanted for Christmas old man..."
Canadian Blend said…
This week on "Sarah Palin's Alaska..."

(Yea, I know. Mine is the third Palin reference.)
Bluezy said…
Homeland Security-keeping you safe for the Holidays
00dozo said…
Having been let down by Santa for so many years, Jack decides to finally get his venison.
00dozo said…
"Good news hon! Santa won't be calling the triplets "Ho's" anymore. Better news is that we're set for venison this winter."
00dozo said…
dufus: I was about to say that I liked the new template (with the chart-like background), but there it was - gone!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Aw, I was just foolin' around. Went back to the old one. Well, the last one anyway.
While Tom trudged through the snow toward his minimum-wage job as the Mall Santa, he mistakenly thought that his day couldn't possibly get any worse.
Whitey said…
Billy-Bob looked down at the drumsticks in front of him and thought, "This just might the Christmas that doesn't stop giving."
"Dude I told you it would pay to train the reindeer. Mrs. Santa totally bought it. Now hurry up - titty bar opens in five."
Nicky said…
Unfortunately, Santa didn't read the TSA pamphlet's small print regarding what happens if you refuse both scan and pat down.
Nicky said…
John finally had enough of the "Canadians are sooo polite" crap.
K A B L O O E Y said…
When Iditerods go bad they go reaaaally bad.
Whitey said…
Sometimes you have to be careful about who you call Prancer.
K A B L O O E Y said…
I have to say, I liked Whitey's "Prancer" one best. (But then, what do I know; mine sucked.) But I hate peas, so I'm not all bad.

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