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Hey, how'd that one get in here?


Bryan G. said…
Well, I can tell you the one that I think isn't even remotely funny this week. ;) Yeah, that last, that's not hilarious at all. Hope, though, you're enjoying it despite that.
Jaffer said…
As always, Sunday Funnies never disappoint
nonamedufus said…
Oh, I'm enjoying it big time. And I miss it terribly. What's with this freezing rain stuff?
nonamedufus said…
The cartoonists are usually spot on when they depict things around us. Those Christie cartoons are priceless.
I'll take Panama over Chris Christie any day!
nonamedufus said…
Well the Pacific shore's much warmer than the Jersey shore for sure.
MalisaHargrove said…
Sneaking in that last photo of Panama was genius!
nonamedufus said…
Huh? What picture of Panama? I wouldn't do something like that.
Nicky said…
The first 10 pics made me laugh. The last one made me cry. Sigh. I was already fed up of the cold in November.
Ha! Loved the last one. You scallywag! Rub it in our faces why don't you. tee hee

The marijuana one with the box of Twinkies. HIGHlarious. Pun intended, of course.

And ay, yi, yi Christie. It's not looking too good for him these days. Oh well, he can still endorse IHOP All You Can Eat Pancakes! *slurp*
nonamedufus said…
That's what I offer - a range of emotions. My work here is done.
nonamedufus said…
That last one certainly made ME laugh. But, hey, you're in Arizona. Isn't it warm there?

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