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Pause Ponder and Pun #138


Isn't she simply outstanding in her field?

I think she's a little more than that and I'll leave it to you to tell me how so.

May the breast pun win.


Comments

moooooog35 said…
"Dude. Gross. She only has two."
Boom Boom Larew said…
I'll show you mine if you show me yours.
mike said…
Nice teets.


There. I said it.
Shawn @ www.StubbornFool.com said…
Cowabunga!
Shawn @ www.StubbornFool.com said…
Got milk?
"Milk milk, lemonade....""

OR...

Karen quickly found out the local La Leche League was chock full of boring heffers.
skeeter said…
NO BULLshit, man! that's how "little bo-peep" found her sheep
Cheryl said…
The real reason California cows are so happy? They get a good chuckle whenever a long-haired hippie flashes his manboobs.
skeeter said…
Who does this heifer think she is? I got more milk in one utter than she can carry in both her tests!
skeeter said…
Im not saying this heifer is a lesbian, I just HERD she wasn't going to attend chick-fil-a's customer appreciation day!
Shawn @ www.StubbornFool.com said…
Got to thinking of the Cowsills song 'Hair'


"Hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hairFlow it, show it
Long as God can grow it
My hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair
Flow it, show it
Long as God can grow it"
Margaret said…
That flasher sure knows how to get things mooooooving. (sorry)
Linda Medrano said…
I've heard the phrase, "if it doesn't scare the horses", but I've never heard, "if it doesn't startle the steers".

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