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Pause Ponder and Pun #79

I got nuthin'.

I hope you do.

Leave your captions.

See you Saturday.

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Raymyre said…
Today, the Shepherds of Good Hope launched their new Shabby Dick collection
Cheryl said…
OK, nonamedufus, why is this picture floating around in my brain...thanks a heap.

As far as the caption, a few more came to mind.

This is a classic example of a bag hag in drag.

The legs say I'm sexy everything else says, I'm not.


Bag lady, gone bad.
vickilikesfrogs said…
Ah, jeez...Dufe. When are you gonna learn you can't just run around in your pink bodysuit while carrying your skirt in a Dollar General bag?
Karan said…
What have you got in your package?
moooooog35 said…
It's amazing how much Natalie Portman had to change her appearance for "Black Swan."
Cheryl said…
I carry my package proudly.

The magazine said that "one should accentuate their most positive feature".

I woke up this morning singing:

" I feel pretty
Oh so pretty
I feel pretty and witty and gay
And I pity
Any girl who isn't me today"
Madge said…
LOL good one Leeuna!!
Skeeter said…
I know this suit matches my eyes, but does it make my balls look big? Anyway, it distracts attention away from my unsightly ankles and these old chucks!!
Ziva said…
Poor Vladimir simply didn't have time to change after his performance of "The Nutcracker."
Leeuna said…
Is that your camel-toe...er hoof, or are you just happy to see me?
00dozo said…
A hopeful contestant arrives dressed for an audition for, "So You Think You Can Dance".
Madge said…
It's laundry day for Gene Simmons.

This gives new meaning to the saying "banana hammock"

Dressed to the nines, Lucy hoped tonight would be the night that she finally "got lucky"

I can't believe he's wearing salmon, that color is so 1999,

Body suit with flouncy sleeves, $30. Fresh hair do, $65. Jumping out of the cake at your best friends bachelor party hoping to change later, but then realizing you grabbed the garbage bag instead of your clothes..... Priceless.

YAY!!! Disqus!

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