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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.


moooooog35 said…
McDonald's unveils it's new advertising campaign for the lower priced McHomeless Meals.
moooooog35 said…
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.

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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