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Pause Ponder and Pun #144


Did you ever have one of those days?

Well, tell me about it.

Leave your caption in the comments and "head" on back here Saturday.

Comments

skeeter said…
They have always said, "getting your lids to listen to you is like putting your head thru a brick wall"; whatta ya know, his must have finally listened!
skeeter said…
Kids
skeeter said…
So that's where Obama gets his ideas from? I always thought he put it up hos ass!
Barb said…
He knew it was time to really get his head into his work...
LOTGK said…
Mitt Romney takes a huge step forward in the presidential campaign by getting his head out of his ass.
Boom Boom Larew said…
There's nothing like getting stoned at work...
moooooog35 said…
"Nope. Waldo's not in here, either."
Michael Wolfe said…
Ill-conceived, Medusa's peepshow generated very little revenue.
Cheryl said…
Dufus, I'm beyond crazed by your latest post. This morning at 7:30 while driving to work, I came up with what I thought was a great line for this image. When I got over here to post it, what do I see? You've gone and stolen my thunder. ::sigh::

I'm posting it anyway just because I think it's chuckleworthy, you chucklehead.


"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."
Ziva said…
Do you sometimes feel like you've just hit a wall and can't move forward? Yeah, so does this guy.
Nicky said…
Plummeting book sales and subsequent royalties left Fred "Headless" Horseman no choice but to leave Sleepy Hollow in search of a new career.
skeeter said…
New NFL referee try outs

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