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quirkyloon said…
Ha! My eyes are getting worse Dufus! Thank goodness for "click to enlarge." heh heh

The sports Halloween costumes were funny. I liked the Brett Favre walker. heh heh

And the Obama/Leno was great.

All of them were good. Just wanted to give extra props for the double snorters. hee hee
nonamedufus said…
I have the same problem re: clicking to enlarge, Quirks. *snort, snort*
Those are great - I especially love the Blackberry one!
meleahrebeccah said…
Oh these are hilarious! Well done!
nonamedufus said…
The Blackberry one is a good one. I like the cartoonist - "CAM" - who appears regularly in our local paper, the Ottawa Citizen. I haven't seen you around here before, Megan. I hope you like what you see and come back.
nonamedufus said…
Hey if we can;t laugh about the things going on around us, Meleah, we should just give up. And we don't want to do that.

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