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Pause Ponder and Pun #115


What's with this pic?

I'm thinking those golden arches aren't so golden these days.

What about you?

Leave me a caption or two in the comments.

I'll drive through them between now and Saturday and determine a winner.

Comments

moooooog35 said…
McDonald's unveils it's new advertising campaign for the lower priced McHomeless Meals.
moooooog35 said…
Salads at McDonald's? YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF, RONALD.
Brett Minor said…
Due to recent lack of sales revenue, Ronald took a second job as assistant to the Hamburglar.
Shawn said…
Ronald combed the streets looking for ingredients for his famous Big Mac.
Newspaper? check
Old tissue? check
Dirty sock with a hole in it? check
Dog poo? check
Car tire? check
Broken umbrella? check.
Quirky Loon said…
McHomeless Meals? Bahahahahahaha!

Good one!

Ronald McDonald: the new mascot for meals on wheels... coming to a shelter near you.

HA!
Mike said…
Golden Arches? More like Fallen Arches.
Tacoma Gawker said…
"I sure wish I had not started smoking when I was three."

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