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Pause Ponder and Pun #111

Okay, this week we have a wheelie challenging pic for you.

Hey, I wouldn't give you the gears.

You know of course we search the interwebs far and wide to bring you fresh, new and original pictures every week. We don't re-cycle them ever.

So leave a caption in the comments.

Come Saturday we'll learn who among you mis-spoke themselves.


Laughingmom said…
Like a hamster in a wheel, Bob kept peddling but never seemed to get anywhere.
Laughingmom said…
Sing along everyone: The wheels of this putz go round and round, round and round...
Deb said…
As if the helmet is gonna help.

So happy to see you back Dufus!
Mike said…
You should see his car.
K A B L O O E Y said…
When Jarvis was small, his nearsighted career counselor misread a single letter and changed the course of the kid's life. He wasn't supposed to be a The Human Gyro, he was perfectly suited to becoming a gyno. Cologist, that is.
nonamedufus said…
Happy to be back Deb. Thanks.
Quirky Loon said…
Round, round, round, round, I get around!

heh heh
Quirky Loon said…
Wow! I'm surprised I got an honorable mention. Thankee kindly sir! And yes Kablooey "bloo" it out of the field!

Good work and congrats to all!

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