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Pause Ponder and Poulet

I think if Marv Albert were providing a caption this week all he would have said was "Yessss!"

Or Dick Vitale would have dedescribed this as "a dipsy-doo Dunk-a-roo".

But, alas, I guess good old Marv and Dick had better things to do.

So instead, let's look at our Honourable Mentions.

I'll never surrender my bucket of KFC extra crispy, all beaks and feet.
Agent 54

A little to the left, Lower. Lower.
Oh yeah. THAT's the spot baby…

Both excellent captions, guys but look who's hanging out with dufus this week…

LaToya went up for the block, but Cassandra came through with a 3-piece bucket.
Screaming Me-Me

Way to go Me-Me. This week you get to hang out with dufus. I hope you don't mind if we take a pass (no pun intended) on basketball and catch some football instead. It's okay. The NFL has it's share of birds: the Ravens, the Cardinals, the Seahawks, the Eagles and the Falcons.

Yum. Sounds much more interesting than KFC.

And here's your noname badge to commemorate this momentous occasion.

Marv, what do you think of Me-Me's win?

Thanks to all for playing. See you next week. Same time, same blog.


Debra She Who Seeks said…
Oh, very clever!
Agent 54 said…
Another loss to a superior caption. I hang my head in shame. Well, not really. I have a lot of blogging to do yet.
nonamedufus said…
Oh, she's a clever one, indeed.
nonamedufus said…
Your day will come 54, your day will come.
madmadmargo said…
Yay!!! I won!!! Thank you so much, it's an honor to have your badge pinned to my blog.
nonamedufus said…
Is that a euphemism?
meleahrebeccah said…

Kudos to Screaming Me-Me! That was hilarious!

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