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We had some excellent captions this week. First up, our honourable mentions...


"Trust us, Joe. We just put a fresh coat of invisible paint on it."



Neil Armstrong rethinks his famous quote, "That's one giant step for man..."



STEP ON THE YELLOW LINE
FAA's new test for pilots flying while under the influence.
Raymond

And our winner is...



Joe, going on his first date with Wonder Woman, is a little leery about letting her drive.
ba_hutch

Way to go ba_hutch. This week you be hangin' with the dufus. Wanna get together and hunt for easter eggs?

Comments

Quirkyloon said…
Congrats to ba-hutch! And of course the honorable mentions deserve a kudos or two.

They're mighty tasty with whip cream.

Ha!

I was having one HUGE brain fart when I saw that pic. Didn't even try. But I knew others would come up successful and shazam! They did!

Yay punsters!
nonamedufus said…
Quirka: Brain fart, eh? Thats funny cause just after breakfast today I had a HUGE bran fart. hahahaha
ba_hutch said…
Thanks, you know I love hanging with the dufus...I might have to pass on the Easter egg hunt though, since you are either a) using invisible eggs or b) eating them for breakfast.
00dozo said…
Congrats ba_hutch!

And congrats to the honourables!

@Quirks: Somehow I'm thankful for not getting an honourable this week.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
ba_hutch: You da man. At least I think you're a man. With a name like that it's hard to tell. But congratulations dude. That was a great caption.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: You've really been on a hot streak lately. I almost renamed this contest "Obstruct Over think and 00dozo"
00dozo said…
Oooh! A triple 0! Is that better than a double 0? It's either that or I'm just having a tri-polar week.
;-)

I also thought ba_hutch's entry was great! But I agree, the dude (or dudette?) needs to get a ... profile.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Speaking of tri-polar ba_hutch is, duh, winning!
Secondary Roads said…
Congrats B A Hutch! No matter what the rest of the world says or thinks, know that your daddy is proud of you son! Anyone who dates Wonder Woman should let her drive. Especially if it is her own invisible vehicle.
nonamedufus said…
Secondary Roads: Yeah I think she's the only one that knows where to insert the key. (And that's not a euphemism.)
Quirkyloon said…
Congrats to ba-hutch! And of course the honorable mentions deserve a kudos or two.

They're mighty tasty with whip cream.

Ha!

I was having one HUGE brain fart when I saw that pic. Didn't even try. But I knew others would come up successful and shazam! They did!

Yay punsters!

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