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Pause Ponder and Pun #135


What the hell makes this guy so attractive?

If you figure it out let me know and leave a caption or two in the comments.

We'll unveil the winner Saturday. (heh, he, see what I did there?)

Comments

Laughing Mom said…
WIthout Pokey to rescue him, Gumby's crowd goes wild.
mike said…
The world's first toad to human face transplant recipient prepares to sing God Save the Queen, for some reason.
skeeter said…
I don't always go out in public, but when I do.. I prefer a hoodie and green ski mask. Stay gangsta, my homie!
Shawn Ohara said…
Always in his big brother The Green Arrow's shadow, The Green Afro, did his part to entertain kids at parties and parades and would sometimes babysit for only $8.00 an hour.
Quirky Loon said…
lol at laughing mom's!


It's the Geico Lizard Wizard!


blech.


Lame, I know.
Quirky Loon said…
The Green Party (all things earth-friendly) begins his Presidential Campaign and is received rather well.
Paula Wooters said…
I like green heads and I cannot lie.
00dozo said…
"Enemy Mine" takes on a new meaning on Earth.
Thanks, it's a lovely post.

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