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Pause Ponder and Pun #78

Okay, no weaseling out.

And no playing possum.

Leave me a caption or two or three.

I'll squirrel them away 'till Saturday.


Comments

Moooooog35 said…
The darker side of the "Toy Story" franchise.
skeeter said…
After Sandy Squirrel was caught in a three-some, with Sponge Bob and Patrick. She was banished from Bikini Bottom, but GI Joe didn't like the negative attention it gave cartoons!
skeeter said…
They finally released photos of the leader of the "tail-i-ban", Usama bin Squirrel'in!
skeeter said…
They finally released photos of the leader of the "tail-i-ban", Usama bin Squirrel'in!
laughingmom said…
G.I.Joe 1
Chupacabra 0
00dozo said…
"I told you Boris. If dese disguises could fool flying squirrel, da big dumb moose vill be piece of cake."
Madge said…
With the menacing peanut bandit out of the way real men in bars everywhere were able to enjoy peanut night without fear.
Raymond said…
How much do you think Jimmy Carter will pay us for this?
Madge said…
The last time I bagged a rodent like this I had to buy it drinks first.
Madge said…
The new Cabelas Hunting gear, complete with squirrel scent for attracting the bigest of prey.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell -- helping soldiers like Blaine and Chet defend the homeland from oversized rodents since 1993.
Nicky said…
Whitey and Dufus refute the idea they are city boys by bringing down their first kill.
Cheryl said…
Covert Mission: Operation Roadkill
Rocky AKA Squirrel, status, Killed
Next target, Alvin AKA The Chipmunk...

GI Joe is calling out:

Alvin...ALVIN....AAAALLLVVVVIIINNN
meleah rebeccah said…
Laughing Mom's caption is killing me!
Boom Boom Larew said…
This is enough to feed the whole platoon!
Boom Boom Larew said…
Finally... GI Joe picks on somebody his own size.

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