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Pause Ponder and Pun #74

See if you can land a caption or two.

Our winner will touch down Saturday.



Comments

Boom Boom Larew said…
Another satisfied customer at Boom Boom's Driving School.
skeeter said…
Dude, my car is da BOMB!!
skeeter said…
"Pimp My Ride", military edition
00dozo said…
"Hey Officer dude. I see what your problem is. Your leaking oil!"
00dozo said…
Military intelligence had to finally concede that the piggybacking technique for the F-15 was frugally impractical.
00dozo said…
"Car 54, where are you?"
Anonymous said…
My mind is drawing a huge blank today.

Actually that is pretty much situation normal Quirky.

heh heh

Maybe I'll try later after a dozen or so DDPs! ha!
meleah rebeccah said…
I can't think of anything! Dammit.

However, I loved skeeter's comment - "Pimp My Ride", military edition"
Kelly said…
My old man is a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it.
00dozo said…
Officer Dibble finally snaps when forced to meet his quota for speeding violations.
Mike said…
And that was the incident that had the military adopt a pro-rated flying licensing system.
Brooke Amanda said…
Wow, I got nothing.
Raymond said…
GM's Cruze missile
laughingmom said…
The pit crew quickly sees that two new tires will not get the car back in the race.
LOTGK said…
The U.S. Government shut down today forcing the military to extreme cuts.
LOTGK said…
Atlas Driving School For The Blind!
Another Failed business venture.
LOTGK said…
Atlas Driving School For The Blind!
Another Failed business venture.

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