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Pause Ponder and Pun #98


Hmmm... Okay.

This is the best Ahmed could come up with to be his date to the prom.

Well, that's my take.

What's yours.

We'll dig up a winner Saturday.

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Comments

Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
No bones about it, you went tribal this week! Old Chef- long tounge and mini lost teeth.

Yes "Chef" note his hat!
LOTGK said…
Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well.
Madge said…
"Give me head" takes on a whole new meaning
Madge said…
Skull candy is cool, I can't wait to try it for myself
Madge said…
No bones about it this shim is hawt
Madge said…
You think your head is small, you should see the one in my pants

(I know I've used it before, but it's still funny)
meleahrebeccah said…
OMG. I cannot caption this. I am too busy gagging!
Madge said…
I promised to love, honor and tongue kiss way into the afterlife I loved that much.
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
Facebook, FAIL!
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
New terrorist weapon, the " ICD", improvised communication device. Giving jihad a " heads-up", of incoming threats!
Nicky said…
And for those who have given up all hope of ever meeting their soulmate, there is Plenty Of Freaks dot com.
Shawn said…
Even after death, Rob stayed close with his twin brother Bob. Rob & Bob, conjoined twins famously sharing one tongue.
Shawn said…
Ahmed couldn't remember who the skull belonged to but it was on the tip of his tongue.
Whitey said…
You never want to be last in line at the cannibal buffet.

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