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Woah, guys. Your responses were over the top this week both in quantity and quality. A lot of hilarious comments, believe me. We even had one comment - an anonymous one - that indicated the photo wasn't funny and should be taken down. This person was quite perturbed. Now there's validation for ya. PPP really is off the wall and no topic is taboo around here!

We're going to expand our honourable mentions this week because there were so many good ones. Now, where should we start?


At this year's science fair, young Eric introduced man's newest travelling companion, Shrinkie, the first portable lap doll. "It's Shrinkie, it's Shrinkie, man's first portable doll. It's Shrinkie, it's Shrinkie the most wonderful doll of them all."
Raymond



And Tom was never wing-man for Tiger Woods again!



Amazingly, her face distracts you from her ridiculously huge left hand.



Moooooog finally convinces his sister to go to the prom with him.



Well there goes the old adage about 'opposites attract'.



Who's Sorry Now!
A new reality show featuring survivors of a Utah cult



Romance blooms at the Ozark Mountain Banjo Festival



But the biggest winner, or loser depending on your point of view, had to be:

You think you've got a small head, you should see the one in my pants.



Ha, ha, good one. Way to go Madge. You were head and shoulders above the rest. Heh, heh. Congrats, girl. You be hangin' with the dufus this week. Wanna go see a movie or sumpin'? I think there's a revival of Deliverance down at the Mayfair this weekend.

And we've got a Golden Clothespin recipient this week. That's where we award the best comment ABOUT a comment. In response to our anonymous admirer telling us we shouldn't make fun of someone with a disease or deformity, Chris@Knucklehead responded:

Who the hell are you calling deformed? You insensitive ASSHOLE!

Which all goes to show that deformity is in the eye of the beholder. Or something like that.

And thanks to all for your weird and whacky comments. They were up (or down, and you know who you are) to your usual standards and didn't disappoint. Look forward to seeing you all back here next week.




Comments

Quirkyloon said…
She was deformed?

I thought she got some "work" done.

*snotty grin*

And congrats to the honorable mentions and of course to Marvelicious Madge!

*smile*
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, it's the after pic for...um...Morgan Fairchild...or maybe Henry Morgan?
00dozo said…
Congrats to Madge! She really hit the nail on the head with that one.

(oops, wrong post)
;-)

Congrats to the honourables! And, congrats to Chris for the Golden Clothespin! Nice comeback. (I'd better remember not to piss in his cornflakes.)

And thanks, dufus, for another metion.
Madge said…
YAY!!! I Win! I Win!! Thanks everybody.

I would love to see Deliverance on the big screen Dufus! I'll even get on my hands and knees and squeel like a pig, just because it's fun.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Feel free to be cliche-ish. This could become a comment fad here. Only time will tell.
nonamedufus said…
Madge: Well, I'd pay money to see that.
meleah rebeccah said…
Hoooooooray for Madge!!
nonamedufus said…
meleah rebeccah: Yeah, Madge has the magic...
00dozo said…
Congrats to Madge! She really hit the nail on the head with that one.

(oops, wrong post)
;-)

Congrats to the honourables! And, congrats to Chris for the Golden Clothespin! Nice comeback. (I'd better remember not to piss in his cornflakes.)

And thanks, dufus, for another metion.

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