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Pause Ponder and Pun #101


Well, one down and 99 more to go until we hit our bi-centennial pic. Yep, in case you missed it last week was the centennial edition of Pause Ponder and Pun.

For those of you who thought last week's pic was of a pedophile, I can hardly wait to see what you come up with this week with our Russell Crowe impersonator up there.

There's a joke in there about Gladiator, but I'm not going to go there.

Let's see where you go.

We'll convene our forum Saturday and see who gets thrown to the lions.

Comments

Madge said…
Hey! Can somebody scratch my balls? I'd do it but I'm afraid I'll lose one.
Madge said…
I paid good money for this public humiliation, will somebody please pay attention!
Madge said…
This top is cutting off circulation to my moobs.
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
In Darth Vader's voice,"Luke, I ate your father!"
00dozo said…
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderthighs
meleahrebeccah said…
Ahahahahhahahahha! Madge! That's hilarious!
Madge said…
Thanks Meleah, some pretty strange shit comes out of my brain at 4:30 in the morning ;)
Aubrie said…
After the 3rd Transformer's movie, Optimus Prime really let himself go.
Vaguemax said…
After cancellation, the Cylons really let standards drop.
Vaguemax said…
guy in the background "They had folding chairs in Sparta?"
Vaguemax said…
Wolverine, pre 'roids
Terri Wolfe said…
Were not in Sparta anymore that's for sure, wow!
quirkyloon said…
Bahahahaha! good one.
quirkyloon said…
I keep staring at the pic and drawing a blank.

However, I'll take a stab (no matter how pathetic, hey that's never stopped me before, eh?).

Here I am rocking like a hurricane. Rudolf Shenker showed up late for Lalapalooza.

Ouch. That hurts even me.

hee hee
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
Gene Simmons, mingles with the crowd at the KISS reunion concert.
Shawn said…
-Since leaving The View, Rosie O'Donnell has really let herself go.

-At the Mardi Gras parade the familiar shouts of "Show me your tits!"rang through the air.

-Snookie before the spray on tan.

-I am Iron Man.

-The Dark Knight Rises.

-Sure, it's not the healthiest food, but with my active lifestyle, I can handle a little Burger King.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Sadly, George mixed up the dates for the Bondage Festival and his son's Little League picnic.
Vaguemax said…
This is the last time I'm going to wait for someone from embarassingdates.com

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