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Pause Ponder and Poop



Well, I think folks got so caught up in 30 Days of Idiocy that they lost their way to Pause Ponder and Pun this week.

Our daily contribution to the Photo challenge gets posted first thing every morning, displacing PPP and Sunday Funnies to 1pm.

Sadly we only had two entrants this week. But, hey, they were quality captions nevertheless.

For example, Cheesy Mike, gave us...



I'm having a hard time grasping the concept here.



And Cheryl, from Deckside Thoughts came up with...



Mary felt his grip loosening and flushed with delight knowing the toilet seat had been left up for the last time.



Mike, that was a great caption, but I think the edge goes to Cheryl. After all she came up with every woman's dream. Well, one of them, anyway.



Congratulations, Cheryl. You be hangin' with dufus this week. Flush from your win and all what do you wanna do?  Pipe up now. 

If you're into toilet humour we could always watch this...


Comments

Paula Wooters said…
Cheryl definitely is the winner this week... of course, I could be biased, what with being a woman and all. Damn you, Vlad!
Cheryl said…
::flushes prettily::


I'm going to do what every winner does: GO TO DISNEY!


Thanks Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
Well, it was a very narrow field this week.
nonamedufus said…
Disney? Cool! Take lots of pics.

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