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This was our pic this week. And these were our top captions...



Revenge of the Plankers!



Left of the blue and white boy? Right of the blue and white boy? Damn, I'll never get ny boating licence.
Whitey @ COTU



Jeffrey thought he could hold on until low tide. He was wrong.



And our winner was head and shoulders above the competition:

Scott's dandruff problem was getting out of hand. But he had one last trick up his sleeve.


Congratulations Shawn. You be hangin' with dufus this weekend. What say we head on down to the Ottawa River. The water level there's really low this summer. We could jump off the Champlain Bridge and take care of our dandruff just like our friend up there...permanently!



And thanks to everyone for playing along this week. I look forward to your captions on our next pic, Wednesday.

Comments

Paula Wooters said…
... And if a friend tells you it would be fun to jump off a bridge, would you do it? Echos of my mother's parenting wisdom. She must have suspected I'd be friends with you some day, Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
I think you're the sister I never had, Paula. My mother always used to say that!
Linda Medrano said…
I wanted to comment on this photo. But Dufus, I couldn't really make out what it was! I'm the slower sister you never had.
nonamedufus said…
That's okay. My blog's a bit of a dive these days.
Linda Medrano said…
Not at all. And really. It's me, not you.
Quirky Loon said…
What? Me? *bats eyelashes* Gets an honorable mention? *bats some more...*


HA!


And thankee kindly sir. Thankee. Me and my plankers are most grateful. heh heh
nonamedufus said…
Next time, just take the plunge and leave a comment.
nonamedufus said…
No problem. Thanks for jumping right in.
meleahrebeccah said…
too funny! Congratulations Shawn! That was a hilarious caption!
Shawn Ohara said…
Wow! I won. You like me! You really like me!
Sorry I'm late checking in. I'm south of the border, way down Cape Cod way. I'll swing by the mighty Ottawa on my way back.

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