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Nicky said…
That first one...I don't get it. Don't all moms look and act like that?

Love the prisoner ready to talk upon threat of hearing Cheney's book!!

Nice pics, as always, Dufus!
nonamedufus said…
Did you ever see that Office Depot commercial. They play the song "It's TheMost Wonderful Time Of The Year" as the father dances around as he pushes the shopping cart and his two kids shuffle along behind with long faces. Hilarious.
Labor Day banner Made In China :)
quirkyloon said…
Ha! Nice picks. The "made in China" got me. *sigh*
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, I'm thinking China's got all Americans...by the short and curlys.
Elliot said…
I think I just learned what you call those frilly shoulder things
nonamedufus said…
Yeah. Hey you'll learn all kinds of thing here!
00dozo said…
Ha! In that cartoon, the epaulettes look like bananas. Yeah, it's strange how my mind works sometimes.

Another fun lineup, dufus.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, they make those jackets for leaders of banana republics you know

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