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Pause Ponder and Pun #87


You guys know the drill
See this picture of Bill?
Don't get too carried away
The results Saturday...

Comments

Raymond said…
Japanese Noseloscopy
00dozo said…
"What do you mean it's not a lo mein noodle?"
Whitey said…
It took one hell of a worm to catch Jeremy but, yes, he took the bait.
00dozo said…
LOL!!! Now that's priceless!
nonamedufus said…
Don't encourage him.
quirkyloon said…
I like big snakes I cannot lie....
When another snake slithers in
With a tiny nostril, I get in....


HA!
00dozo said…
It's snot! What you think it is?
Cheryl P. said…
Snakes on the Brain
Cheryl P. said…
eco friendly nasal decongenstant
Cheryl P. said…
Really, this guy is just snot right!
When Samuel L Jackson declined a role in "Snakes on a Plane 2," the guy who played Mr Miyagi was happy to accept the part.

I love Whitey's caption, but have no idea what it could possibly be referencing.
Josie said…
I told you if you sneezed to hard your brains would fall out. . .
Madge said…
One Eyed Willie strikes again


Seriously.... I got nuthin
Skeeterphonics said…
I ain't sure what he gets from that snake, but it better than what I heard queers do with gerbils!

How do I get a pic and website with my name

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