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Pause Ponder and Paraphilia


Okay so this was our pic this week. A little odd, no? You think the pic is odd. You should see some of the captions!


Sheila's family was against the wedding but it was her bear to cross.



Thank gawd last night was not a 3 dog night.



It was the very next morning that Judy decided "no more tequila."



But my favourite this week hit close to home...


Maryse says Dufus is a total bear in the morning.





Way to go Boom Boom. That caption had me guffawing. You don't know how close to the truth you are. So this week you be hangin' with dufus. Congratulations, woman.

What shall we do? We don't have a zoo nearby so we can't watch bears. Which is probably just as well. Bears can get pretty horny I hear and I don't think I could bear to watch. (See what I did there?)

Thanks to everyone who left a caption this week. I appreciate you playing along.

Comments

Paula Wooters said…
Oh, yeah! Henry and I will be right over! Fire up the grill and get those steaks marinated... *does happy dance*
Too funny!!! You're right, the photo is hilarious, the captions more so.
nonamedufus said…
Oh we get some pretty talented - and funny - captioners around here.

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