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Pause Ponder and Pun #84

Can't wait to see what you guys come up with for this fella this week.

Don't keep those captions bottled up inside.

Let 'em flow.

We'll put a lid on all of this Saturday.


Cheryl P. said…
There used to be 99 bottles of beer on the wall, now there are 98 bottles of beer in the ball.
Madge said…
Ayyyyyy I'm the Fonz!

I can drink this beer without touching it! Look Ma no hands!
Bryant Hutchinson said…
Hey! Where did you get that awesome picture of Schwarzenegger's gardener?
Cheryl P. said…
Another thought!

Chuck Alug’s picture was taken right before he died. His friends described his passing as “gut wrenching”. It seems that his beer belly ruptured just as he was saying “This one is on me”.
moooooog35 said…
On the set of "Jon Ate Kate Plus 8"
Karan said…
Now introducing Porta-Ledge! Do you sometimes find yourself without a place to rest your brew? Your dinner? A Die-Hard Battery? Then the Porta-Ledge is for you! Just send $39.99 and if you act now...and while supplies can get not one, not two, not even just can get four Porta-Ledges, enough for your whole family! Unbelievable!!!
Madge said…
wha whaaaaaaa
Madge said…
Randy had been working on his beer keg abbs for years, with much success.
Madge said…
When asked about his jeans size Sam replied "I've been the same size since high school"
ps that's what my brother Lumpy always says too
quirkyloon said…
Ack Karan stole my idea! *hee hee kidding!* And a huge LOL at moooooog35 John ate Kate plus 8?

Skeeterphonics said…
Congressman Weiner's chest photo, but they wouldn't release pic of a dead Osama! Damn democrats!!
Chris@Knucklehead! said…
Here's Fred, carrying the illegitimate child Arnold isn't talking about.
SP said…
A large and perfectly rounded belly is a sign of a successful man.
00dozo said…
The Beer Buddha.
00dozo said…
Evidently Buddy made the unfortunate decision to subscribed to every penis enlargement scam that arrived in his e-mail.
Mike said…
Hey guys! Look what I can...BOOM!
Boom Boom Larew said…
Geesh! Everybody's on a roll again this week! So many great captions, you've left me speechless!
nonamedufus said…
I'm marking this on the calendar. Today Boom Boom was speechless!
nonamedufus said…
*ponder and...*
Josie said…
Explaining how he fell pregnant, Chuck warns of the dangers of alcohol and safe sex.
00dozo said…
* pun *

Oh, c'mon Ms. Larew. This has got "boom-boom" (if not 'kaboom') written all over it!

Janna said…

1. Number of beers required to remove the mental image of a naked Congressman: 47.

2. The next day, Bob's liver decided to move in with Charlie Sheen instead.

3. Sure, you can rub it for good luck, if you don't mind being puked on.
Melissa Hicks said…
Although he's only the second man to give birth, he's doing it in a much more manly fashion. The unknown male is expecting a brand new baby half rack by July of this year.

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