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Pause Ponder and Pickles



Just when you think you've seen it all, along comes a picture like this. I mean what the heck is going on here? I thought this was an updated version of Looby Loo. But what do I know. Well you guys seemed to have an explanation. Let's see what some of you said.



The actual "reward" of the Nigerian spam scams.



Are those cucumbers in your mouths or are you just glad to see me?



What birthday could ever be complete without the bumps. And face dildos.



Finding shit like this on the hard drive is why I stopped using my dad's computer.



Sigh. I said "hold the pickle."



But Mikewj wins this week with his double whammy (not a euphemism) with:

I was Googling "Men with vegetables in their mouths" - don't ask why -
and it brought me here. Weird.

and

James suddenly realized that his worst fears about being sentenced to prison
were about to come true.

Okay, Mike, you be hangin' with dufus this week. What do you wanna do? I know. We could go down to the music store and see how many song titles we can find with the word "love" in them. Been done already, eh? Well feel free to copy my badge to your blog so you'll have something to remember this momentous occasion by.


Be sure and visit these guys' blogs by clicking on the links up there. These are very funny people. And many thanks to everyone for playing this week. All the captions were great. I only wish I could publish them all here. See you next Wednesday for another edition of Pause Ponder and Pun.

Comments

00dozo said…
You certainly know your mind is in the gutter when you include the words, "(not a euphemism)" in your comment.
Heh, heh.

Congrats, BonyMike! We're all still trying to figure out how your mind works. But I like it none the less.

Congrats, too, to the honourables.

Thanks for another mention, dufus.
nonamedufus said…
Are you saying Mike's a Loopy Loo...or a Loopy Light?
Mikewj said…
I like to think I'm Loopy Lucious. That's my rapper name, too.

Thanks for the nod, NoName! I kind of like Double-O's comment the best, but I'm not giving her my award. It's mine, all mine. ;)
nonamedufus said…
I think most people think you're fruit loops but if you say Loopy Lucious I can get down wit dat LL.

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