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Pause Ponder and Pun #112

Eye-yie-yei that's one gross pic.

Pupils of Pause Ponder and Pun sure haven't seen anything else like this before.

Leave a caption in the comments.

We'll keep an eye out for a winner Saturday.


meleahrebeccah said…
I am way too creeped out to come up with a caption!
moooooog35 said…
Still better looking than Sarah Jessica Parker.
Brett Minor said…
One of the rare but possible dangers of LASIK eye surgery.
Nicky said…
The tragic results of Dufus' attempt to follow the golf pro's advice "keep your eyes on the ball" literally.
Laughingmom said…
All in favor? OK. The "eyes" have it - that is officially gross.
Venom said…
"I am TRYING to see things from YOUR point of view!"
Quirky Loon said…
The original inspiration for Bruno Mars's song... "I'd take a grenade for you..." which originally was written as, "I'd pull out my eyes for you..."


Gross Dufus! Guh-ross! hee hee
Mike said…
Eye don't know what to say!
Shawn said…
Bewsre the eyes of March
Shawn said…
Beware the eyes of March

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