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Pause Ponder and Pun #152 - Halloween Edition


If you're here looking for the Photo Blogging Challenge for October, click on over to dufus daze. I've posted it there because it conflicted with running PPP here.

If you're here looking for PPP you're in the right place.

This week's caption contest just happens to be a special edition honouring Halloween. The picture isn't all that scary but I thought it might ring a bell.

Give it a go and leave your caption in the comments. Then come back Saturday, after you've eaten all your kids' halloween candy, and check out the winners




And if you're still craving a caption or two more check out Screaming MeMe's place as well as Chelle B the Offended Blogger to quell your caption craving.

Carry on.

Comments

madmadmargo said…
Mr. & Mrs. Bell's hangup? Their addiction to phone sex.
ReformingGeek said…
No, you fools. I said dress up as CONE HEADS!
Lauren said…
Steve Job's request for a headphone prototype was taken literally by the design department.
Laughing Mom said…
In keeping with the party line, the candidates decided to dial up the crazy.
Shawn Ohara said…
Bob and Mary tried everything to improve the communication in their relationship.
Linda Medrano said…
Kanye West outdid himself this year during Paris Fashion Week.
So many great ones already this week! Maybe I'll think of something after a dozen or so miniature candy bars...
Agent 54 said…
I don't know, nothing rings a bell.
Nicky said…
Since the death of Steve Jobs, Apple has gone completely downhill with their latest product launches: the EyePhone and the HeadPhone.

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