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Pause Ponder and Pun #103


Um, yeah, okay.

Have a go at this guys.

I'm looking forward to your insightful and piercing comments.

See ya Saturday.

Comments

Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
The 2012 Swiss army tool. It can heat food, help you read ib the dark, light your smokes or crack, do away with unsightly boogers and even keep those bushy eyebrows under control. New never leave home without it!
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
Taking the slogan, "here flick your bic " way to damn far
moooooog35 said…
Ladies, this is why you never wait until last call to make your choice.
quirkyloon said…
Come on baby light my fire!
meleahrebeccah said…
WTF? Is that a lighter in his tongue?
Canadianblend said…
WTF are kids thinking these days?

That's not a pun or a caption. Just an observation.
nonamedufus said…
In his tongue or lip. Weird eh?
nonamedufus said…
I don't know, but do you think those are ashtrays in his ears?
00dozo said…
I said, "Bite your tongue", not, "Light your tongue".
00dozo said…
"Hey, dig my new subwoofers!"
Shawn said…
You think that's bad? You should see his penis.
Nicky said…
You don't even want to know where he keeps his smokes.
Stef Papenfuss said…
Is this freak from the tribe Bantoo or Ubantu?
Jarohband said…
He so bought into that old saying "If she smokes.... she pokes"!!
Cruella Collett said…
"Is that a lighter in your tongue, or are you just happy to see me?"
Laughingmom said…
I love to comment on your pics, dufus, but I can't even look at this one long enough to think of one! AIIIEEE!! Mind bleach quick!!

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