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April's Caption Contest Winner

Karen Field
5/10/2014 09:00 AM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Who would have thought...
Max The Magnificent   6/6/2014 1:23:23 PM
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@kfield: ...if you're any example, than yes I totally see how engineers are funny!

I certainly have a talent for making women laugh (if only they were laughing with me instead of at me :-)

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kfield   6/6/2014 10:33:30 AM
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@maxthemagnificent Uhm, if you're any example, than yes I totally see how engineers are funny!

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salbayeng   6/1/2014 6:36:47 AM
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What's this "they"?  ;)

 

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Max The Magnificent   5/30/2014 2:28:41 PM
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@kfield: Who would have thought engineers could be so funny?

Have you seen the way they dress? LOL

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