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Pause Ponder and Pun #134


Look before you leap!

But feel free to jump right in and leave a caption or two in the comments.

We'll "sea" you Saturday.

Comments

Shawn @ StubbornFool.com said…
Scott's dandruff problem was getting out of hand. But he had one last trick up his sleeve.
Boom Boom Larew said…
For the life of him, George couldn't figure out why he didn't make the Olympic diving team.
mike said…
Jeffrey thought he could hold on until low tide. He was wrong.
babs (beetle) said…
Never dive in shallow water!
whitey said…
Left of the blue and white boy? Right of the blue and white boy? Damn, I'll never get my boating licence.
Quirky Loon said…
Revenge of the Plankers!
skeeter said…
I don't know, but I need to teach my wife that trick!
Nicky said…
Look Ma! No head!

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