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The Return of Pause Ponder and Pun...It's Coming

Captioners are standing by.

Only two days until PPP. No, I'm not incontinent. I'm talking about the return of Pause Ponder and Pun, my caption contest.

We're yanking it out of the closet dusting it off and ready to run a whole new series of weird and wonderful photos for your captioning pleasure.

We intend to give that Screaming MeMe a run for her money. She can't be the only one in the blogosphere to run a caption contest. So she and I have agreed to give you a caption couplet every Wednesday. Just like old times.

Tune in every Wednesday, then, for a chance to win my badge.

You could soon be a member of that elite group that's hangin' with dufus!


Comments

madmadmargo said…
Yay, can't wait!!!
nonamedufus said…
Do you know how hard it was to promote this bloody thing today. I've been trying for 4 hours to post it to Facebook. It finally worked. I was beginning to wonder "What if I had a caption contest and nobody came?" So let's see, that's one, counting you.
nonamedufus said…
Are you okay Meleah? You sound like you might be in some pain.
Shawn Ohara said…
In honour of the relaunch, I will come up with 8 different captions. They will all be terrible but 8 it is!
nonamedufus said…
Good on ya. Um, you'll leave that rifle of yours at home, eh?
nonamedufus said…
Gez, Shawn, you haven't even seen the picture yet. Good luck, guy.
Agent 54 said…
I gather that this contest is different from Punt Pass and Kick.
nonamedufus said…
Oh, very much so 54. At least here I have more control over who wins.

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