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Pause Ponder and Pun #82

Hey! What's with these guys?

Is that a new drinking game?

You tell me.

We'll get a "round" to announcing our winner Saturday.


moooooog35 said…
Shit like this is why I don't go to bars any more.
Don E. Chute said…
Aren't those the peeps in the 'Fuck You' song and video? Either that or I bumped into them in a bar in Daytona last week-end...

Raymond said…
Happy Hour with staff from the Government Ethics Commissioner's Office!
Madge said…
Dudes I'm going to spew
If you're going to spew I don't want to hear it or I'll yack
If you're going to spew dude I don't want see it or I'll hurl
Skeeterphonics said…
See no queers, suck no dicks, don't get jizz in your ears!
quirkyloon said…
See no DDP. Drink no DDP. Hear no DDP fizz. Shoot me now.
Chris@Knucklehead! said…
Troy, Maurice, and Britney take second place in the "Biggest Photo Cliche" contest, narrowly losing to Steve and Ted Franklin giving each other "bunny ears."
Cheryl P. said…
I think you already have your clear winner but since I like to come over and play with you guys, I will make one up.

Hearno, Seeno, and Speakno, three of the Evil siblings are totally mortified to watch their older sister Fearno, drunk up on stage showing off her ba donka donk while singing "I Like Big Butts".
Josie said…
Extras from "Big Bang Theory"? Can't possibly compete with the Evil siblings comment.. . josie x
Skeeterphonics said…
And it looks like a NO, from the judges of " queer eye for the straight guy"
00dozo said…
2011: A Stooges Odyssey

(c'mon - the Stooges were a given, don't ya think?)

Skeeterphonics said…
How do I gets damn pic beside my name

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