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Pause Ponder and Human Pin Cushion


It was difficult to pin down a winner this week. Our entries were all so thought-provoking and piercing. Oh, and funny too. Let's get to it...

The year Ronald McDonald got hooked on smack



Spike couldn't figure out why he wasn't chosen for the 2011 Pin Up Calendar



Meet Mr. November in this year's Goth Culture Club's Charity Pin-Up Calendar!
Partial proceeds go towards helping victims of poor decision-making pay for
reconstructive surgery and laser tattoo removal.



And our winner, our own Bahama Mama, 00dozo @ When I Reach with...

Dudley Do-Right's estranged cousin, Studly So-Wrong

Way to go 00dozo. You see it pays to be o-pin-ionated! You may have dreaded coming up with a caption but once you locked in on one look what happened. Now you be hangin' with the dufus. W00t, W00t - yahoo!

See everybody back here next week for another round of Pause Ponder and Pun. Hey, and don't forget to click on the links of these guys for a good read. Tell 'em dufus sent ya.

Comments

00dozo said…
Thanks dufus! I'm baubling over with joy!

Congrats to the honourable mentions!
Anonymous said…
Congrats to 00dozo! Yee haw!

Hangin' with the Duufsters is mighty fun!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: You're a real jewel, you are.Congratulations.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Of course it is.
OOdozo nails it again!

Duufsters! Duufsters! What a great club! Only the finest people hang out there.
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: Man, you're starting to outpun the punster. Glad you guys enjoy our little club!
I tried to come up with something for this, but gave up. Fortunately, Double-O stepped up to save the day!
Anonymous said…
Yeah, well written
nonamedufus said…
Mike: She did. So I "stumped" you did i?
nonamedufus said…
Anonymous: Yeah, thanks.

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