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Pause Ponder and Pop

Well it's Saturday and time to take a look at who said what about this week's pic. Remember our lovely ladies?



I think I may have scared off a few would-be captioners with my interpretation:

Mel B just never knew there'd be a Spice Girls reunion.

But I didn't scare everyone off.

For example here are a couple of HMs (Honourable Mentions. Get with the program, eh.)


One of these drinks is not like the others.
Linda Medrano


The battle of the sodas were out fizzed this year by newcomer 
and former Biggest Loser contestant Lola the Big Cola.
Screaming MeMe


But our winner is a newlywed from Montreal who, for some reason, saw fit to bare his soul to us this week…


I've been known to take a Coca-Cola or Fanta to bed, and maybe even a Pepsi. 
But the last time I took a Big Cola to bed I was up all night.
Shawn @ Stubborn Fool


Well, good for you Shawn. I guess that box of Viagra came through for you, eh? Congratulations, though, you be hangin' with the dufus this week. And I refuse to ask you "How's it hangin' eh?" I think we already have a good idea.

Here's your badge you old smoothie you.


Hey, make sure you join us next Wednesday for another edition of Pause Ponder and Pun. Like the lottery people keep telling me, "You gotta be in it to win it!"

Comments

Shawn Ohara said…
I'm so excited over the win Duf, that I think I will be up all night.
Screaming Me-Me said…
Congratulations, Shawn, good job! I'll be back again next week, Dufus, I need that stinkin' badge!
nonamedufus said…
Gee, Shawn, they say you should call a doctor if it lasts more than 4 hours. Are you complaining or bragging? Congratulations on your big…win.
nonamedufus said…
Badges? You need some stinkin' badges?

http://youtu.be/TFwprS_L6tg
ReformingGeek said…
Congrats, Shawn!

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