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I know Southwest Airlines was having problems, but this is ridiculous!

Okay, that was kinda lame, but then so are some of Southwest's planes these days. Luckily, you guys had much better captions.

Raymond dive-bombed us with:

GM's Cruze missile.



Mike from Mind of Spaz flew by with:

And that was the incident that had the military adopt a pro-rated flying licensing system.



And Skeeter over at Dead Dog took off with:

"Pimp My Ride", military edition.



But it waso 00dozo from When I Reach who put my seat back and chair tray in the upright position (not a euphemism) with:

"Car 54, where are you?"

Ha, ha, that caption took me back. Way to go 00doz. You be hangin' with dufus this week. Congratulations my friend.

Thanks to all for playing. We'll see you with our next PPP next Wednesday.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Yowza! oodoozo is becoming quite the swinger, erm, I mean hangerer with Dufus!

hee hee

Congrats to oodoozo and the honorable mentions. (Of which, I am NOT one. *sob*)

KIDDING! hee hee hee
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: You really should cut back on the DDPs. They're messing with your creative juices.
00dozo said…
Thanks, dufus! (I really have to stop dating myself like that, though.)
;-)

And congrats to the honourables! I'm in fine company this week.

Thanks, Quirks! I am still a few pegs short of my own clothesline yet.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
oodozo: Always the bride's maid, today the bride! Well done!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: Loved her caption. She was due. Remember the theme song?

There's a hold up in the Bronx
Brooklyn's broken out in fights

There's a traffic jam in Harlem
That's backed up to Jackson Heights

There's a scout troop short a child
Kruschev's due at Idlewild

Car 54, Where Are You?
nonamedufus said…
meleah rebeccah: She's our girl.

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