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Pause Ponder and Pun #89



This must be illustrative of what Steve Tyler used to sing:

She just loved my big ten inch
Record of her favourite blues.

Or, maybe not 'cause I think they're only seven inch records.

Now that we're in the groove, drop the needle...or at least a caption.

Who knows maybe we'll have someone new who can turn the tables (get it...turntable?) on our previous winners.

We'll find out Saturday just who, ahem, measures up.

Comments

Whitey said…
It's an Up With People reunion ... and they're about to lose their G rating.
Whitey said…
"But the sign said it's Singles Night!"
quirkyloon said…
You spin me right round, baby right round like a record baby, right right round round! (Please?)
SP said…
Dufus admit it .. you are "Green with Penis Envy"
Madge said…
Wanna take us for a spin?
Madge said…
Who needs latex when you have vinyl
Madge said…
Never underestimate the power of a 45
Madge said…
all these records and not one needle dick in the bunch
Madge said…
four decent looking dudes and a chubby, we have something for all the ladies
Madge said…
good one Whitey, had to think about it for a second
00dozo said…
Meh. 45's are too short. Give me a 33 anyday.
00dozo said…
In its comeback it's, "hats off" for the new Devo.
00dozo said…
"Hey look! We finally got Disqus!"
skeeter said…
Now we know why, "Bubba shot the juke box last night"!
Skeeter said…
They could have saved a lot of money, instead of all those guys, one black dude could displayed the whole damn collection.
Mind of a Madman said…
Just found your site... did some looking around. It gave me Hep C! Thanks alot! Guess I gotta follow you now... you know to warn the others!
nonamedufus said…
Glad you found me. I hope you'll be back once you get over that Hep C situation.
Raymond said…
Wait till Dufus shows our B side!
Skeeter said…
Hell, I got hep A from all the bullshit around here!
Linda Medrano said…
I think these guys are "LifeSpringers".

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