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Kim Kardashian one...classic. Not that the others aren't good, but that one stands out in this week's pile for me. :)
quirkyloon said…
Heh heh. Many of them stood out for me. The presidential candidate summaries All This All That and Kris Humphries will one day realized how blessed he was!

And seriously? We've reached 7billion? I guess the condom industry has a NEW motto: Condom FAIL.

Or is that MTV show 16 and Pregnant encouraging copulation/population?

hee hee

Nicely done Dufus. As always.
meleahrebeccah said…
Funny as always. I think the Kardashian one is my favorite.
nonamedufus said…
I'm amazed at how much attention is paid to what Kim Kardashian does. She's another Paris Hilton. I mean who cares?
nonamedufus said…
One of my favourites was the Cain pizza cartoon. That was by a cartoonist for the Toronto Sun. Funny and witty.
nonamedufus said…
In terms of favourites I'm partial to the two Canadian ones about Canada changing it's national symbol from the beaver. It' such a silly idea and the 2nd cartoon by the Montreal Gazette's Aislin demonstrates that.
Nicky said…
I didn't even know about the beaver thing until I saw this post. (That sentence could easily be taken completely out of context) I love Aislin's take on it.
nonamedufus said…
I'm not going to touch that one (speaking of taking sentences out of context). Anyway, maybe we should thing about this. I mean, after all, who wants Jerry Mathers as a national symbol.

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