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Pause Ponder and Runs

Well our girls in green inspired some pretty funny captions this week for our special St. Paddy's Day Pause Ponder and Pun.  Among them were Jeremy from We Took The Bait with:

The laughing was short-lived, as Angela, attempting to amuse her friend with her flatulence, discovered that green beer gives her the runs.


Then came Moooooog with:

Julie was immediately out when she realized that 'All the ugly girls throw your feet in the air' was not preceded with 'Simon Says'.


But it was Kelly - who else on St. Patrick's day - who was our winner this week with:





Mary Pat is about to find out the hard way that combining green beer and Alli "may" result in oily bowel movements and the inability to control them.

Way to go Kelly!  You be hangin' with the dufus this week.  Congratulations, lass.


Comments

Kelly said…
I won! I won! I won! Woo-hoo!

I will do my best to uphold the integrity of this award and I shall walk with a spring in my step until I am dethroned.
Me-Me King said…
Yay, Kelly! Congratulations!
nonamedufus said…
Kelly: You #1, you #1.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: She did it.
Don said…
I'm blue-green color blind. That's why I commented that the picture looked just like a "regular" one. I never did pick up the green shirts. Duh!
Anonymous said…
Hello. And Bye.
Skye said…
Congrats Kelly!
nonamedufus said…
Don: Sorry, man. I didn't know. I'll keep that in mind in future.
nonamedufus said…
Anon: Hey, a Beatles fan!
nonamedufus said…
Skye: How's that odd collection of socks of yours?

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