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Pause Ponder and Preposterous Piercing


Hey, look who was hangin' with the dufus this week. Yep, my good pal Barry O. I was giving the guy a little economic advice, you know, seeing how we're so solvent north of the border. And look what the guy did. He framed my avatar. Naturally I autographed it for him because he's going to hang it in a very special place at the White House:

"Barack, I'll think of you when I occupy the bathroom."

So let's get down to things and maybe I can enlighten you on who will be hangin' with me this week.

Remember this guy?


Yeah, that's right. Debby Boone's husband. He really light's up her life. Well here's what some other folks said to make it into the honourable mentions this week:



Ladies this is why you never wait until last call to make your choice



Is that a lighter in yor tongue, or are you just glad to see me?



You think that's bad? You should see his penis.



Hey dig my new subwoofers.



*drum roll* and the winner of Pause Ponder and Pun #103 is *rim shot*

You don't even want to know where he keeps his smokes.



I quit smoking about 15 years ago, so I don't really care...but I can imagine. Way to go Nicki, you be hanging' with the dufus this week. If you wanna hang out, though, you better leave your smokes at home but maybe you could make us something fun with...cheese. What do you think? Is that a gouda-dea or what, ma belle amie?

Comments

Shawn said…
Thanks for the honourable mention but I was serious. You should see his penis.

Never mind... Congrats Nicky.
nonamedufus said…
No thanks. I can only imagine. By the way, how do you know what his penis looks like?
Shawn said…
He sent me an email.
http://www.stubbornfool.com/2011/10/real-title-would-have-prevented.html
nonamedufus said…
Ah, well that explains things. You know I read that first sentence and thought it said "Some people wonder how to get rid of sperm". Silly me.
Nicky said…
NO WAY!!!! I won?! Woot!! And I didn't even have to bribe you or flatter you or trash the other contestants! Who knew you could win a contest that way? Thanks Dufus!! I'm getting the cheese platter ready right now.
nonamedufus said…
Oh, way, Nicky. Whey to go Cheese Lady.
quirkyloon said…
Gouda's kinda pungent.

But if that's the way you and Nicky roll... or hang... more power to the both of youse!

heh heh

Congrats to all!
nonamedufus said…
It has to be gouda. Nicky doesn't like when I havarti, Or when I full farty.

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