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Pause Ponder and Pun #108 or Can Shawn Go For a Three-peat?



Caption.

In the comments.

See you Saturday.

Comments

quirkyloon said…
*snort*

Dang! Moooooog35 is gonna be a hard one to beat.

However....

Steven Tyler's inspiration for the song Angel: Come and save me tonight!
Linda Medrano said…
If that's a swan, she looks like she knows how to dive.
meleahrebeccah said…
why is that VS model covered in mold?
00dozo said…
Awaiting two millenia for the acceptance of same-sex marriages, Archangel Michael finally emerges from his closet.
Shawn said…
Teacher says, every time a bell rings on the tattoo parlour door, an angel gets her wings.
00dozo said…
I was really rooting for ya, Shawn. Alas, I think Rodney's got you (and everyone else) beat.

;-)
00dozo said…
Ooops - that's not to say your comment hasn't any warrant. I found captioning on the pic difficult meself.

;-)

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