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Pause Ponder and A Pair of Pontoons

I really don't know how this woman maintains her balance. Can you imagine the backache she has to put up with. She's defying gravity.

We had a "big" response this week. A lot of great captions. I guess pictures of big boobs just seems to bring the "breast" out in people.

I think our first runner-up had his eyes somewhere else. But he was very observant...

Nice spice rack.

Our next commenter went the practical route...

Octomom's wet nurse.

I really liked the next caption...

"...and that's how nonamedufus became my favourite blog ever."

But after all was said and done I just couldn't stop laughing at our winning caption...

Candy started drinking heavily after she lost a part on Seinfeld to Terry Hatcher.
Seems nobody believed her reading of the line "They're real and they're SPECTACULAR".

Way to go Nicky. You really know how to keep abreast of situation comedies from the 90s. Now you be hangin' with dufus. What do you say we head on down to Canadian Tire. I hear there's a big sale on headlamps.

Thanks to everyone for playing along this week. It's really great you all lent your "support" to Pause Ponder and Pun.


Quirky Loon said…
Heh heh. Congrats to Nicky and the honorable mentions! That pic still hurts to look at... I feel her pain. ha!
Nicky said…
Awww, thanks! It was an honour just to be nominated! As for going to Canadian Tire - do they have cameras there that can take pictures of things like silence?
nonamedufus said…
I think if I felt her pain they'd bring charges against me.
nonamedufus said…
Actually, when you think about it all pictures are silent, aren't they? Huh? OMG that was deep.
00dozo said…
Congrats, Nicky!! Sadly, I wasn't much of a Seinfeld fan so I didn't get the reference.

And, congrats to the other honourables! Thanks for another mention, dufus. I'm nothing if not pragmatic.

nonamedufus said…
Not much of a Seinfeld fan? Where the heck were you in the 90s? No soup for you.
00dozo said…

Frankly, I didn't really care for Julia Louise-Dreyfuss which is probably why I didn't watch the show.

nonamedufus said…
But the Elaine dance is a classic!
00dozo said…
Sadly, of the few episodes I did see, that was one of them. Hence, my reluctance to become a fan.


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