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Pause Ponder and Pirates


Well, well, well. Another week, another batch of excellent captions. It's been a rough week for me you know. I was one of three finalists in the Tribal Blog Extreme Makeover Contest and I spent the week dissing my competition and sucking up to the TB administrators. All for naught, I'm afraid. Yep, I lost. I was sure I was gonna win and I trumpeted my expectations here on this blog and up and down Facebook all week. Oh well. Pride goes before a fall, they say. And, boy did I fall.

But enough about that. Let's see who won, placed and showed in our little contest.

First up is one of my competitors in the blog makeover mud-fling fest:



And for those who have given up all hope of ever meeting their soulmate, 
there is Plenty Of Freaks dot com.



Ahmed couldn't remember who the skull belonged to but it was on the tip of his tongue.



You never want to be last in line at the cannibal buffet.
Whitey



I could have almost showcased all the submissions from our winner. She really let her captioning capacity run away with her. But here's what I thought was her best:



"Give me head" takes on a whole new meaning.


Way to go, Madge. You be hangin' with dufus this week. Now a caution. When I say "hangin' with dufus" I mean that metaphorically. Last week's winner, my brother Whitey, took me at my word and hopped in his car and drove all the way from COTU* just to hang out with me. I mean, if you're coming, Madge, warn me, eh. I'll need to make a run to the beer store.

Okay, kids, I'm out of here. I still have to write my makeover contest concession speech for Monday's blog. Thanks to all for playing. See ya all next week.

*Centre of the Universe = *spits* Toronto

Comments

Nicky said…
No doubt about it, Madge was on fire with thise one! Congrats to her!

Need any help with that concession post? We'll be writing ours too... :-)
nonamedufus said…
Madge was simply amazing this week. She was hot. But not as hot as that concession speech...which is bound to be way better than yours.
quirkyloon said…
Had my synapsi (hee hee) been firing more, I would've given it a shot. But alas, my synapsi, once again, left me in the dark!

However, Congrats to Madge! Nicely done! And a big yodel to the honorable mentions!

Yodelayheehooo!

hee hee

AND... condolences my friend. Life is not FAIR. I wanted YOU to win. Ack. Makeoevers. Who needs' em? Well except for Ty Pennington of course. He wouldn't be a star! HA!

You could've been (and should've) been a contender!

hee hee
nonamedufus said…
You've been out in the hot Arizona sun too long again haven't you Quirks. Synapsi? Okay.

Contender? To paraphrase Freddy Mercury "I kept on fighting to the end."
Nicky said…
LOL!!!! I had never seen this side of you before, Dufus. Not even in those pictures Jepeto showed me.
nonamedufus said…
Well I think our little diss fest got me pumped up. Speaking of which I'm kinda proud of those photos, although I'm not beyond an offer to get them back.
00dozo said…
Congrats, Madge!

And, congrats to the honourables!

Ha! I was trying to figure in a caption featuring Jack Sparrow but came up empty.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, that pic got me thinking of pirates for some reason. I wondered what happened to you this week. Did you have synapsi problems like Quirky?
00dozo said…
That, and other things. Do you remember (or ever hear of) the joke where all of the body parts argue about which one is going to be 'the boss'? Guess who won.

But, really, I couldn't think of anything and when I finally did, it was too late to submit. No worries, I'll be Bach.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
I don't know that joke, Johann.
00dozo said…
Ha! I can't believe you, of all people, never heard that one. But, here it is:

http://www.jokesunlimited.com/jokes/who_is_the_boss.html

Enjoy!

;-)
nonamedufus said…
lol, that was good. How true. Thanks.
K A B L O O E Y said…
Congrats all around, and condolences to you, Dufus. Not only did I vote for you, but as I said, I signed myself up for a makeover. Well, for the blog. Not that I couldn't use a bit of help my own self. Maybe if enough of your readers signed up, they'd give you a free makeover, like travel agents if you bring them business...
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, like travel agents. You mean I'll be able to tell them where to go?
Mike said…
I kept lurking on this one but couldn't put it together. Something about getting food stuck in someone else's teeth...

Congrats to the captioneers!
nonamedufus said…
I like the premise. It lacks a little in the execution, though.
Madge said…
YAY! I love it when I win!!!
Congrats to the honorables too!
I figure if I make more comments than anyone, I'm going to get something.
Madge said…
post mortem dentistry never ceases to amaze me.
or
Looks like you still have some meat in your teeth
nonamedufus said…
Good strategy, Madge. Seems to work for you! Congrats. I've got some Corona on ice...just in case.
nonamedufus said…
There you go Mike. Advice from the expert.
Madge said…
Can you pick me up some Black Velvet too? I like a shot with a Corona back.
nonamedufus said…
Not a problem. Have you ever had Corona and Tequila? A Corona Fog it's called. Appropriate after you've had a couple. I'll get some just in case.
Madge said…
I generally don't drink Tequila, it makes me sick unless it's really good tequila like Patron or Tres Hermanos. I have done it before but it was rot gut Cuervo.
nonamedufus said…
I'm with you on that. So we'll stick to the Black Velvet then. You're talking about the whiskey and not the drink of Guinness and champagne, right?
Madge said…
Yes please! I'm a Canadian Whisky girl all the way. Guiness and champagne? ewe
nonamedufus said…
I can't interest you in a Canadian Club?
Madge said…
Maybe a classic 10 or 12, the Reserve is too dark

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