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Pause Ponder and Appropriately Placed Plumage

You guys aren't serious. How could you be after submitting some of those captions? And the rest of you drive-byers, you're far too serious. Look at the hilarity you're missing out on.

In honour of the annually televised Victoria's Secret Revealing Underwear Fest last week - or as I like to call it "Bras and Panties-palooza" - we ran a little picture inspired by VS in which a model displayed an ordinary outfit; one you'd probably wear to work or to do the groceries. Let's see what our contestants came up with...

If that's a swan, she looks like she knows how to dive.

Awaiting two millennia for the acceptance of same-sex marriages,
Archangel Michael finally emerges from his closet.

Teacher says, every time a bell rings on the tattoo parlour door,
an angel gets her wings.

Now you may recall Shawn won our last two contests and was aiming for a third this week. However in our little game of groans Shawn's crown was captured by a guy who's no stranger to this contest, our all time winner, who just doesn't mince words:

I'd pluck that.

Ha, ha, Moooooog, your name's almost as long as...your caption. Way to go, guy. You be hangin' with the dufus. What do you want to do? We could hit up the Victoria's Secret store and try on lady's lingerie. (Did I just say that out loud?) I mean, I mean purchase some for our significant others. Yeah, that's it.

Thanks to all our contestants for playing along and, hey, don't forget to click on the links and visit these folks' blogs. They're even funnier in their home environment.

See y'all next week. 


Shawn said…
As soon as I saw Moooooog's caption this week I knew my reign was over. Not only is his caption funny, it is also true.
nonamedufus said…
You were sure on a roll, guy. But you were up against the master this week. But if Moooooog craps out on that trip to VS, maybe you'd be interested?
meleahrebeccah said…
Moooooog's comment was really HILARIOUS.
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, Moooooog can be like that.
Jayne said…
Congrats, Moooooog!
00dozo said…
Congrats, Moooooog! You really nailed it this week.

And, congrats to the other honourables!

Thanks for another mention, dufus.

moooooog35 said…
Woot! On a related note, they actually sell these wings in Victoria's Secret. I've been plucking feathers out of my teeth for a week now.
nonamedufus said…
So is that a yes on the visit to Victoria's Secret? I'd really like to know what her secret is.
nonamedufus said…
You don't say something like "nailed it" to Moooooog. You don't wanna go there.
nonamedufus said…
Seems he has a real talent for this.
00dozo said…
But isn't that the point of "PPP"?


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