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Pause Ponder and Pun #106


Jan and Dean have nothing on this guy.

This is the kinda guy we'd say got his license in a box of Cracker Jacks.

How about you? What would you say?

Leave your captions in the comments.

We'll re-"turn" on Saturday with our winners.

Comments

Shawn said…
John could never understand why it only cost $10 to park. After all, the spot was only a short wall jump to his office.
Shawn said…
"Car on a Pole"
2008
Shawn O'Hara (b. 197_)

Oil on canvas
On Loan by artist

The painting captures the warmth of a late summer day. Featured is a 2006 blue Toyota Corolla.
Laughingmom said…
"Honey, I told you that woman on your GPS was nothing but trouble!"
quirkyloon said…
Drivers Ed Teacher to the student driver: "No! NO! Do NOT put it in reverse!"
moooooog35 said…
Another woman tries to parallel park.
moooooog35 said…
This is what happens when you send your Chitty Chitty Bang Bang manufacturing plant to Korea.
Jayne said…
A metaphor for Rick Perry's campaign.
00dozo said…
When I said, "Take a left", I meant your OTHER left.
00dozo said…
I assume the train for is reserved for Cain?

;-)
Shawn said…
OnStar How may I help you?
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
Hold my beer, and watch this shit!
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
No parking in the handicapped zone? Well if you can't beat them, join them!
Vaguemax said…
"Come on 26 vs 27 degree angle? We're still going to nail this ju... K, so 27 it is."
Vaguemax said…
Just before, "Hey, watch this!"
Skeeter- www.deaddog.com said…
Guess the transformer movies are over, these newest autobots from cybertron aren't real bright!

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