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"Another good one, Dufe...I love the way you play with words"
Leeuna @ My Mind Wandered


"I am fairly certain that deep down he knows how funny he is. But just in case: he is one of the funniest bloggers there is. Now you all know."
Cruella Collett - The Giraffability of Digressions


"You very much do a quality blog and deserve recognition for it. I'm glad I found you and that more people will now too! Cool!"



"You are the bomb diggity!
I'm not surprised you got such a great award.
You write good stuff here Mr. Nomi! And it's always good for a chuckle or two or three!
*smile*
Don't worry, I'll follow you to wherever you go in cyberland.
I'm like a puppy nipping at your blogging heels.

"I just read a buncha your blog posts and YOU, sir, should change your name to Mr. TOO FREAKIN FUNNY! You're my new obsession. Be honored."

"I just cracked open a diet Dr. Pepper and now I salute you as my favorite Canadian!" *burp*

"I think there's about only one good thing Canada has brought us: Red Green. OK, wait, two good things: Red Green and nonamedufus."

"Consistently punny (and funny, but with the highest wordplay to blog post ratio I've ever encountered to date), the entries are good for a chuckle most days, a smirk and shake of the head the others."

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