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Pause Ponder and Peek-a-Boo

We had a lot of reaction to this week's pic. It wasn't easy to narrow the field down. But I kept my head while all about were losing theirs. Ready?

Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a physicist! You're just going to have to wait for that wormhole to reopen to get your head back out.

Nope. Waldo's not in here, either.

Ill-conceived, Medusa's peepshow generated very little revenue.

Our winner had me laughing out loud with his caption this week...

Mitt Romney takes a huge step forward in the presidential campaign by getting his head out of his ass.

Way to go LOTGK. That caption means you're hangin' with dufus this week. Well done.

And folks, click on the links and check out these folks' blogs. They might be funny here but they're hilarious and talented on their own sites.


Cheryl said…
That one cracked me up too. Thanks for the shout, Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
It was a tough decision this week. Lots of good captions.
nonamedufus said…
That one had me almost choking with laughter.
Cheryl said…
Moooooooog's had me in stitches. I'm 11 at heart.
nonamedufus said…
Me too. It was a tough choice.
LOTGK said…
Well thank you. I haven't been around to much these days but I'm back (Broke Out!)
Michael Wolfe said…
Two words:

Nate Kaeding.
nonamedufus said…
Good stuff, LOTGK!
nonamedufus said…
Boy, you don't give up. Two words: ____ ___. I'm too polite to repeat them here.

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