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Pause Ponder and Pun #155


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

I just love having first crack at some of these pictures.

But now it's your turn.

Leave as many captions as you like.

The more the merrier.

I don't know what kind of captions you're going to leave.

Why don't you tell me what you want, what you really, really want.



If you had fun here, then get yourself over to Screaming MeMe's for more crazy captioning.  

Comments

madmadmargo said…
The battle of the sodas were out fizzed this year by newcomer and former Biggest Loser contestant, Lola the Big Cola.
ReformingGeek said…
Holy browned butter ball!
madmadmargo said…
Si, senor, Dufus.
Linda Medrano said…
One of these drinks is not like the others.
Well I, for one, am appalled that Dr Pepper is not represented here. I guess there's nothing for it except for me to give Ms. Big Cola a run for her money in one of those outfits.
cannot top your comment about the Spice Girls
bet that Toronto mayor would have something to say!
Shawn Ohara said…
I've been known to take a Coca -Cola or Fanta to bed, and maybe even a Pepsi. But the lat time I took a Big Cola to bed, I was up all night.

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