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Pause Ponder and Pokey-less Gumby


I couldn't make heads or tails of this pic.

Since I haven't seen him around for some time I thought maybe this was a rare picture of moooooog hanging out incognito, which is latin for inamask. (He's taller on the internet, don't ya think?)

Then I thought The Avengers were trying to spice things up for a sequel with their new super hero Green Pepper Man.

But I think you guys had some better ideas.

Let's see.



Boom Boom "Seuss" Wooters came up with:

I like green heads and I cannot lie.



00 "Sci-Fi" dozo gave us:

"Enemy Mine" takes on a new meaning on Earth.



And Quirky "election fever" Loon reported:

The Green Party (all things earth-friendly) begins his campaign and is received rather well.



My favourite off-the-wall caption this week goes to Mike who left us with:

The world's first toad to human face transplant recipient 
prepares to sing God Save the Quen for some reason.



But my overall favourite this week had to be Laughing Mom with:

Without Pokey to rescue him, Gumby's crowd goes wild.


Okay, L.M. Way to go! You be hangin' with the dufus this week. That was damn funny. Your momma sure didn't raise any blockheads.



Thanks to our runners-up and to everyone who left a caption this week. See y'all Wednesday for another edition of Pause Ponder and Pun.

Comments

Laughing Mom said…
Thanks duf. I'm honoured!!!
nonamedufus said…
Great caption Laughing Mom. Congratulations!
meleahrebeccah said…
AhahahahhH! Laughing Mom's caption is COMEDY GOLD!

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