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Pause Ponder and A Piggy Poitrine

No not poutine. Poitrine. That's French for breast. I'll make you guys bilingual yet. Or at least teach you the essential French words to know. You know,  things like "Excusez-moi, mais vous avez poutine sur votre poitrine". You never know when your wife or girlfriend might drip poutine on their, um, poitrine, right? And how better to tell her than by using the universal language of love...and cheese curds.

This is what you get when you google "poitrine pics":

You can see how very different those are from poutine. Okay now that I've totally distracted you, or some of you perhaps, let's try to get get back to the matter at hand.

Boy, you folks are good. Determining a winner this week was extremely difficult. There were so many great captions to, what I thought was, one weird picture. I wonder if it was old MacDonald's wife? Ee-eye-ee-eye-oh. And by the way, those certainly aren't little piggies. Any-hoo, let's take a look at this week's finalists...

No. I said you would look better if you had BIG tits.

Victoria's secret revealed.

A loaf of bread, two jugs of swine, and thou?

After this adverse reaction, the swine flu vaccine was pulled from the shelves

But our winner this week is an old hand at PPP and probably our most frequent winner. Welcome back to the podium Moooooog. You had what I thought was our breast caption (oops...a slip of the keyboard, there) this week.

Boobs: the other white meat.

Way to go, Moooooog. You be hangin' with dufus this week. Watchya wanna do, guy? Maybe we can order some take-out from St. Hubert BBQ. I'm gonna get some chicken nuggets. Knowing you, you'll probably want a poitrine de poulet.

Well that wraps up this week's Pause Ponder and Pun. See you again Wednesday for yet another stimulating edition of our little weekly contest.


Linda Medrano said…
Great! I liked Laughing Mom's a lot too! Where do you find these photos???
nonamedufus said…
The captions just get better and better week after week.

Periodically I just Google "funny pics" and voila!
quirkyloon said…
Funny! Of course, mooooooog35 is always hanging with the dufii. Dufii is plural of dufus, no?

heh heh

And dang, those poutine boobs (heh heh YOU started it) look spooky. Well, to ME, they do. I'm sure the male readers will disagree. heh heh
nonamedufus said…
I pity poor Victoria if that's her secret. Spooky? Oh, yeah.
00dozo said…
Congrats, Mooooog!

And, congrats to the other honourables!

Thanks for another mention, dufus.

I didn't know St. Huberts were still around. I think I ate there once, many, many moons ago.

nonamedufus said…
There's nothing like the sauce St Hubert makes in which to dip your fries and chicken. And St Hubert sells that sauce as well as a line of chicken soups in the grocery stores, in Quebec at least.
Shawn said…
St. Hubert is good. Just don't eat the chicken.
Shawn said…
I guess you can say, the breast man won.
nonamedufus said…
Aw, c'mon It's not bad. Beats Swiss Chalet.
nonamedufus said…
I guess you just did.

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