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Pause Ponder and Pun #75

I just don't know what to make of this one.

I better leave it to you guys.

Leave your captions in the comments and we'll see ya Saturday with a winner.


Madge said…
Montana, where the men are men, and crack whore is the new sexy.
ba_hutch said…
Devon took the phrase "Sucking Face" just a little too literally!
Moooooog35 said…
Well, there goes the old adage about 'opposites attract.'
00dozo said…
Romance blooms at the Ozark Mountain Banjo Festival.
Theresa said…
I'm with him/her because my other cousin couldn't make it. Darnit!
Madge said…
You think you've got a small head, you should see the one in my pants.
Quirkyloon said…
The inspiration behind Diana Ross/Lionel Richie's remake of Endless Love:

My Mutant Love.
skeeter said…
And Tom was never wing-man for Tiger Woods again!
Moooooog finally convinces his sister to go to the prom with him.
One more pass through the ugly tree, and these two would actually start looking BETTER.
Amazingly, her face distracts you from her ridiculously huge left hand.
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This is what you get when Billy Bob Thornton fucks an ostrich.
LOTGK said…
Who's Sorry Now!
A new reality show featuring survivors of a Utah cult.
Brooke Amanda said…
What the hell am I looking at????
Raymond said…
At his 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 the most wonderful doll of them all."
Jen said…
Where did you find this picture and these are the funniest things I have read in weeks, and I feel really guilty about that.
vickilikesfrogs said…
Betsy-joe sold her teeth and most of her lower jaw to buy nifty green necklaces for herself and her soul-mate, Tommy. Ahhh, young love.
Rico Swaff said…
Miranda Lambert got mauled over by a bus and her face became smashed in as a result. It's ok though, Robert Pattinson still loves her for who she is and even replaced his real teeth with buck teeth to make her feel better.
00dozo said…
Polygamists remain stern in their beliefs despite the increasing number of interbreeding throwbacks.

(Thanks 'Latke' for the Utah reference - heh, heh.)
Madge said…
Another sister mom, brother cousin family reunion draws to a close.
meleah rebeccah said…
Okay, I have nothing - but I am DYING laughing at this:

"Madge said...

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

Anonymous said…
Making fun of someone with what is obviously a disease or deformity of some kind isn't funny in my book. I think you should really consider taking this one down.
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@Anonymous: Who the hell are you calling deformed? You insensitive ASSHOLE!
00dozo said…
Polygamists remain stern in their beliefs despite the increasing number of interbreeding throwbacks.

(Thanks 'Latke' for the Utah reference - heh, heh.)

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