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Pause Ponder and Pun #92


Jerry Hall's got a new boyfriend. And she's put on some weight since she and Mick split up.

That's all I've got.

What about you?

Leave a caption in the comments.

See you Saturday.

Comments

Skeeter said…
If I vomit, is that considered a comment?
Skeeter said…
That is "DISQUS-TING"
Raymond said…
Lazy Boy
moooooog35 said…
The Craigslist ad simply said: "Looking for the top layer of our reverse-Oreo cookie."
moooooog35 said…
I don't care who you are, when she tells you to sit on her lap you damn well do it.
Shawn said…
1 - Griswalda finally found her Mr. Right and she was not going to let him go.

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

3 - The doctors told Amelia that the embryos were mixed up at the hospital but deep down, Amelia knew, this was her son.

4 - Ladies and gentlemen, SONNY AND CHER!
00dozo said…
"Who's your mommy?"
00dozo said…
Um, lady, this is not what I had in mind for a lap dance.
LOTGK said…
Ventriloquism acts in Vegas are not a sure thing.
LOTGK said…
With the NBA lockout, players have to scramble to pay their million dollar rent.
LOTGK said…
Reverse Lap Dance. It's when you get your money back.
meleahrebeccah said…
I am DYING laughing at Moog's "reverse-Oreo cookie" comment.
Whitey said…
Eddie takes a break from filming Shrek 5: Donkey Gets His Own Ogre.
SP said…
Is that Miss Piggy?

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