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Pause Ponder and Pun



Ha. This guy's a pushover, don't you think?

I think he's a little unbalanced.

A little over the edge maybe?

Let me know what you think in the comments.

Make sure they're "ledge"-ible!

Comments

Shawn said…
While the benefits were good, Bob felt it was time he found a new job.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Ferdinand attempts to beat Boom Boom's record for spectacular falls.
Skeeter said…
Metro Asia's version of "survivor's", getting kicked off the island.
moooooog35 said…
Worst. Karate school. Ever.
LOTGK said…
Toby Maguire: "Screw you new Spiderman, Mary Jane is mine."
LOTGK said…
FOX network introduces a new reality show: Things I can only do once.
Raymond said…
Jackie Chan's Last Movie!
quirkyloon said…
"Please release me let me gooooo. I don't love you anymooooooore!"

HA!
00dozo said…
I've heard of kicking a guy when he's down, but kicking him down and getting him in the 'nads at the same time, well, that's just cruel.
Shawn said…
Does someone need a hug?.... I just wanted a hug!
Raymond said…
trouble in the Mohawk Playground
Jamie said…
Trust me, Hong. The guys down in Engineering told me they shut off gravity on the roof.

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