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Pause Ponder and Pun #85


Urine for a real treat this week.

Let's see how many captions are spot on.

This is a pic Rep. Weiner neglected to tweet.

Not unlike this guy I can't wait...to see your captions.

See ya Saturday.

Comments

Madge said…
Dude! How many times do I have to tell you, finish peeing, then two shakes before you put it away!!
Madge said…
Kim thought it would be fun to reenact that scene from Billy Madison.
Madge said…
You pee the sirhouette of Connan O'Blian!! That's aresome!! Peace blotha!!
Cheryl P. said…
Hey, is that P. Did-he?

Here a wee, there a wee, every where a wee wee...

Aren't we in a pissy mood today?

This is a picture of the the exact opposite of a whiz kid...but he did get the whiz part right.
moooooog35 said…
Sadly, one of the men misunderstood when I asked them to 'make a peace sign.'
moooooog35 said…
Jin does nothing to help the Asian stereotype of being called a 'yellow man.'
Cheryl P. said…
This little piggy had some and went wee, wee, wee, all the way home.
Cheryl P. said…
Aren't you in a pissy mood today?
Cheryl P. said…
This is the exact opposite of a whiz kid, although he did get the whiz part right.
Cheryl P. said…
Here a wee, there a wee, every where a wee wee.
quirkyloon said…
Wong Dong whips Pee Dong for messing up the 2011 Dickies Collection ad campaign: It's supposed to be "with authentic replicas of pants. Not authentic repeecas.

Ooooooh.

That was bad.

Cheryl stumps me. Everytime.

She rocks!
00dozo said…
Just feet away from the nearest public restroom, Wing stumbles upon the infamous Manneken Pis.
00dozo said…
After being challenged by local thugs, Wing runs away humiliated for misinterpreting what was meant by "pissing contest".
00dozo said…
Okay - I had to read your post first to understand your caption. Nice (but weird) segue.

Pee Ess: Is that Conan with our without the beard?

;-)
Melissa Hicks said…
A dejected Wang ponders his loss at this years pissing contest, as 2nd time winner Lon Shlong gloats in the background, proving once again that Dickies always backs #1.
nonamedufus said…
Me, too. I just thought you made a lot of typos.
Steve Bailey said…
Stupid hippies.... and their piss sign. Ya we get it already. Piss and love!
Skeeterphonics said…
After all these years, Ying and Yang come up with a new new set of opposites, peace and piss
00dozo said…
Ha! I was gonna say she got into 'it' a little too early!

;-)
Skeeterphonics said…
No subtitles were avaliable, dude in back is saying "jack-off chan, is a two time pocket pool champion"! See the excitement in his face?!
Boom Boom Larew said…
Pause, ponder and pee.
00dozo said…
Ha! That was my first thought! Great minds ...

;-)
Madge said…
Ror you Funny mop poppy
Madge said…
As the pee art officianado I say without the beard.
Madge said…
Ror Dufus, it was leally leally hald to lite that collectly iPad doesn't rike missperred wolds.

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