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Caption Time! - Full Moon

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by cookeetree, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. Post 'em if ya got 'em!


  2. Lifejacket - With floaters!
  3. 8/71 blown big block...

    ...and it still won't get up on the plane.
  4. I don't care how fresh the pink octopus is, if that's how they get it to the restaurant I'm not eating it.
  5. One size fits..... most!
  6. To roughly quote Family Guy:

    Daddy, what's that?
    Why son that's Mercury, the closest planet to the sun. Although what it's doing down here I haven't the foggiest.
  7. (in your finest david attenborough voice) And if you look closely you'll also see some other mountains in the background.
  8. Drug traffickers look to alternate means of transporting crack across state lines.
  9. Polaris are currently conducting sea trials of their new buoyancy control device.
  10. He's actually sitting at the top of a flybridge cruiser.
  11. LMAO! :LOL: :LOL:
  12. At full power the new 1200cc Yamaha Jetski achieves a record... 3 knots.
  13. "Damn these two pillows are comfy"

    "Hey Wally that last jump really made us jump up........Wally?"
  14. He comes with his own rear-end air bags

    Baby got back-side boobs
  15. :rofl:
  16. "Hay Bro, don't you know too much crack can kill you!!"

    "Paddle bikes are for skinny people"
  17. Newsflash!
    Today Yamaha has initiated a voluntary recal of its popular jet ski range. A company spokeman said 'In some circumstances a crack can develop in the rear end causing loss of buoyancy'. Owners are urged to have their rear ends checked by your local dealer immediately.
  18. Magic!! Best so far! :applause:
  19. there's a FIRE CRACKER in my arse!!!

    yes, that's right, inpired by ibast. good work man!


    where did the rest of the houseboat go?

    cheers :cool:
  20. 9/10 of an icicle is below the surface