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Sunday Funnies and Happy Mother's Day


quirkyloon said…
Garsh so many chuckles! The flip flops, the shoplifting help, and of course all the mother's day ones.

Hee hee hee.

Me likey!

Hope you're feeling better Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
Glad you like, Quirks. If I could get my hearing back I'd be okay.
00dozo said…
Ah, yes. The "Happy Gilmores" descend upon the links. I pity the greens-keepers.

Fun mom's days ones, too. Hope you're feeling better and not giving Mrs. D too much trouble. ;-)
nonamedufus said…
I think Mrs D will be up for sainthood after this.
Sorry, I'm a little late here. I think my favorite this week is the breastfeeding one. I wouldn't even have gotten that unless I saw Jayne's (In Jayne's World) post. I think you're all working together on this...hey, maybe I should mention it too. ;)
nonamedufus said…
Bryan, for sure I thought you'd like the librarian one. I picked it with you in mind. I liked the hockey/golf one.

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