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nipplelicious said…
Oh, the humility, the humanity...now not even Santa's safer from bell jingling??

Nice round of Sunday Funnies :)
As always, a perfect way to start a Sunday morning...

...except you have to quit having those downers of a "funny." This week's: McCain. That's just downright sad :(.
00dozo said…
A great lineup! I almost spewed coffee with the Santa frisk.

And the banana peel - Leslie is surely grinning at that one!

;-)
HJ Smith said…
That's a great group of comics. Thanks for the laugh.
Quirkyloon said…
You never fail to give us good laughs on Sundays Mr. Nome!

I particularly spewed my DDP at Wikipeeks.

But dang, won't that REALLY happen.

I forsee a huge rise in travel by trains in the near future. And if you have to go oversees? Ships and possible pirates don't seem so bad anymore.
Santa meets Julian Assange! Priceless! - G
nonamedufus said…
nips: You fly? They'll pry.
nonamedufus said…
UR: Hey, what can I say. Someone else draws them. I just post them.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: The 'jingle my bells" one was a hoot.
nonamedufus said…
HJ Smith: See you next Sunday. Same time, same blog.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: I think the terrorists have won.
nonamedufus said…
G: Pretty easy to know if he's been naughty or nice.
Loved the Leslie Nielsen one . . . and I think he'd have appreciated it. He was a comic genius.
nonamedufus said…
Chris: ...and Canadian! His brother was in federal politics. I met them both in the early 80s at a Press Gallery Party. It was late in the evening and Leslie was waking around sounding a little fart machine in his hand and he and his brother were both in stitches over how people reacted.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Lovin' the banana on the road! Perfect!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: The guy started out as a serious actor but never experienced more success than as a comedic actor. I loved Airplane and the Naked Gun series.
As always, a perfect way to start a Sunday morning...

...except you have to quit having those downers of a "funny." This week's: McCain. That's just downright sad :(.

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