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Pause Ponder and Petting In The Park

Well, another week another collection of crazy captions. There's so much else going on in the world - riots in London, cement bridges falling apart in Montreal, a band of Republican idiots debating (and I use the word loosely) in Iowa including Minnesota Twins Tim "Pawlenty of barbs"and Michele "Bachmann turned into overdrive" - that I'm happy to see you guys know where your priorities lie. Right here, with Pause Ponder and Pun!

So let's get down to business. Once again you've taken an odd and silly picture and turned it into a thing of, well, oddness and silliness. Good on ya! Or in the case of this week's picture, good on her! Let's see what you came up with...

At the fairground, Joseph paid $3 to take a ride on the Hefty Lady

Reverse Lap Dance. It's when you get your money back

The Craigslist ad simply said "Looking for the top layer of our reverse Oreo cookie"

Those captions are all excellent but our winner's caption has a certain je ne sais quoi to it. Which loosely translated means "nay, he said what?"

Eddie takes a break from filming Shrek 5: Donkey Gets His Own Ogre

Way to go bro. You be hangin' with dufus this week. Well Sunday at least. I'll put the Coronas on ice. Now come and get your dogs.

Thanks to everyone for your great captions, too many to list them all here. See you all Wednesday with another odd and silly pic.


Shawn said…
Congrats Whitey!
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, Whitey's a big Donkey fan.
00dozo said…
Congrats, Whitey!! You're too cruel. Hilarious, but cruel.

And congrats to the honourables!

Hmmm ... I may rethink my gaining weight issue after this one.

nonamedufus said…
He is cruel. He dropped his dogs off with me Friday and he's not coming back until Sunday to get them! Aw, but they're good.
Whitey said…
Hey, what I do in the privacy of my own barn is my own business.
Whitey said…
Many thanks to dufus and the dufollowers. And to the dufamily for putting up with my humour in person over the weekend.
nonamedufus said…
Oops, did I say that out loud?
nonamedufus said…
The "dufollowers"? You make it sound like there's only 2 of them! By the way, you're the first winner to actually, literally, hang with dufus. Now I'm out of Corona.

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