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Pause Ponder and Puny Paramilitary Rodent Hunters

You know I marvel week after week how I just throw up some old picture and you guys come up with these terrific captions. Man, you guys are warped. How warped? Well, let's see:


The darker side of the "Toy Story" franchise.



They finally released photos of the leader of the "tail-i-ban" Usama bin Squirrel-in!



Whitey and Dufus refute the idea they are city boys by bringing down their first kill.



Covert Mission: Operation Roadkill
Rocky AKA Squirrel, status: Killed
Next target: Alvin AKA The Chipmunk...

GI Joe is calling out:

Alvin...ALVIN...AAAALLLVVVIIINNN



But damn if Madge didn't have me bustin' a gut with:

The last time I bagged a rodent like this I had to buy it drinks first.


Way to go Madge. You be hangin' with the dufus! Wanna grab a drink or sumpin'? You're buyin'. Ha, ha. Congrats to everyone and thanks for playing.

And for those of you doing a drive-by today visit these people's blogs. You think they're pretty funny here? Wait until you click on their links.




Comments

Boom Boom Larew said…
Madge's caption is perfect! She's taken the Dufusphere by storm!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: She's a marvel. This is the 2nd time in like 3 weeks or so that she's won! Funny lady.
Quirkyloon said…
Yay for Madge! She's a twaddlin' her way through the blogosphere!

Congrats to her and the of course the honorable mentions!

I dunno Nomesters, lately I'm running on empty for the captions. Probably cuz the price of gas is too high and I can't 'fford to fill-er-up!

Sorry! But I enjoy reading the others captions!

You know I am still your number one fan (sans mallets).

*smile*
nonamedufus said…
#1 Fan: Oh, I know. Don't worry about the captions. As long as you keep droppin' by...that's the important thing.
Donnie said…
I want editorial cartoons!!! See ya tomorrow!!!
nonamedufus said…
Donnie: Holy shit, you're alive!!!
00dozo said…
Congrats Madge! You are really getting the "hang" of things here.

And contrats to the honourables.

@Quirks: No worries. I'm sure you'll be gassing up for a great caption sooner or later (just remind me to bring a match).
;-)

Dang I be late today. Just watching the Kentucky Derby. I'd like to see "Pants On Fire" win, but I also like "Mucho Macho Man". (It's all in the name, ya know).
;-)
00dozo said…
(Um, that was supposed to be "conGrats" to the honourables.)
Madge said…
I would like to thank the Blogcadamy, for the honor of being able to comment on funny pictures. We all deserve to win.... Mooooog, Skeeter, Nicky, Cheryl, great comments, and the ones who weren't mentioned, still good.

Hey Dufus! I'm pouring one for the homies right now.

Also if you haven't hit the TB Kickstarter, you can do it here, I'm making buttons with linky coding for donations over $10 pass it around.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/313701253/tribal-blogs-conference-for-writers
nonamedufus said…
00dozo:Missed the Kentucky Derby. Finally decided to take my Christmas lights down. Hey, we coulda had a late snow storm. You never know.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: I knew that. You probably were celebrating the Kentucky Derby win, right?
nonamedufus said…
Madge: Way to go Madge. That was some funny caption. Well done.
Madge said…
Thanks Dufus :)

So....When are you going to get disqus?
00dozo said…
Alas, my horse(s) didn't come in. So much for the name thing.

As for the Christmas lights, I'd just unplug them. Really, who's going to notice? It'll save you the trip up the ladder (and possibly one to the E.R.) next winter.
;-)
meleah rebeccah said…
Madge, rocks! She always cracks me up with these captions!
nonamedufus said…
meleah rebeccah: She's one funny lady, indeed.
Madge said…
So... ya talkin bout me round here?
Nice!

Just wanted to let you know Dufus, I'm not dissin ya by not flaunting how I won again, just promoting Tribal Blogs right now over at my place and I don't want my last post to get buried. Can't wait for Wednesday :)
nonamedufus said…
Madge: We like to talk about ya behind your back. You're doing good work over there Madge! Good luck with gettin' out the conference attendees.
Quirkyloon said…
Yay for Madge! She's a twaddlin' her way through the blogosphere!

Congrats to her and the of course the honorable mentions!

I dunno Nomesters, lately I'm running on empty for the captions. Probably cuz the price of gas is too high and I can't 'fford to fill-er-up!

Sorry! But I enjoy reading the others captions!

You know I am still your number one fan (sans mallets).

*smile*

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