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  1. Michael Bartlett from Aurora, writes: Gag me-Madonna style.
  2. Stephan B from Canada writes: Does this make me look fat?
  3. Henry Allen from Toronto, Canada writes: I’s the b&8217;y that builds the boat, And I&8217;s the b&8217;y that sails her, I&8217;s the b&8217;y that catches the fish, And this net&8217;d beauty replaces Lizer&8230;
  4. Budge Farris from Canada writes: For those who prefer the double-breasted look, the face mask converts to a bra cup
  5. Henry Allen from Toronto, Canada writes: Yuk, the G&M screwed up copy and paste from Word again. If this correction doesn't work, I give up forever.

    I’s the b'y that builds the boat, And I's the b'y that sails her, I's the b'y that catches the fish, And this net'd beauty replaces Lizer
  6. Adrienne C from Toronto, Canada writes: Faces were so last season.
  7. Steve Smith from Winnipeg, Canada writes: What you get when Madonna and Hannibal Lecter design an outfit...
  8. Lee Metz from Edmonton, Canada writes: New this year the matching Hanibal and Clarice masks. Also available for the fashionable pet. AKA the muzzle
  9. K N from The Nation's Capital, Canada writes: I told her to watch out for spiders!
  10. Daniel Begin from Calgary, Canada writes: Lady Black, citing a gag order will not be testifying at her husbands trial.
  11. Neil Fleming from Toronto, Canada writes: The newest trend in porn: Spirograph!
  12. Bob McDonald from Canada writes: Holy spider webs, Batman! It's the dreaded Doily Dame!
  13. Budge Farris from Canada writes: The 'gauze' that refreshes....a jaded eye
  14. John McCormack from Coboconk, Canada writes: Vegas' version of the burkah.
  15. Budge Farris from Canada writes: Britney leaves rehab but is she cured?
  16. Bill Howorth from North Vancouver, Canada writes: Well Doctor, it all started right after I was stung by this spider.
  17. Donald Duck from Ottawa, Canada writes: Hanibal Lector's invited the table cloth over for lunch.
  18. Budge Farris from Canada writes: Waiter, would you take my coat please...and bring me a straw with my soup
  19. vince mayne from pickering, Canada writes: The swallows have returned from Capistrano early this year!
  20. D. E. from N. Van, Canada writes: Spiders prepare a new web after massive escape from a lab testing the affects of LSD on arachnids.
  21. K Shah from Montreal, Canada writes: The phantom of the opera gets an extreme makeover.
  22. Give Your Head a Shake from Canada writes: Connect the dots, Heffner style.
  23. emilio D from Vancouver, Canada writes: Paris is that you? Please return the mosquito net you borrowed from Pedro in Acapulco.
  24. Dave Medich from Windsor, Canada writes:

    French designer goes into hiding as the new fashionable niqab doesn't quite go over.

    .
  25. M N from Edmonton, Canada writes: Apparel for the spitball enthusiast. Straw not included.
  26. Barbara R. Slater from Israel writes: “Escargot” service … Girls have car, will go.
  27. Elston Wong from Barrie, Canada writes: M.C. Escher's Spring '07 collection - too fabulous for its time?
  28. Barbara R. Slater from Israel writes: Send by “Snail Mail”. Postal services new marketing strategy.
  29. Gail Palmer from West Glenville, United States writes: Shelob the Great left Frodo Baggons alone and got a bigger and more enticing prize ... !
  30. Brom Hart from Lunenburg N.S., Canada writes: Barbara Amiel goes for the ingognito look in Chicago courtroom.
  31. scott thomas from Canada writes: And John Baird remains in the closet.
  32. Jack Davies from Canada writes: 'Oh my God, can someone tell the model she has it on BACKWARDS?'
  33. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: Jeez, I promise I will replace the tablecloth. Just tell me how I look already!!
  34. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: Yes, ma. I failed the interview. Something about my attire being inappropriate for an office setting...
  35. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: You're wearing jeans?? Wow, this is the absolute last time I dabble with LSD...
  36. Derek Armstrong from Charlottesville, United States writes: And now for...Spiderman's newest costume!
  37. Kevin Leicht from Georgetown, Canada writes: Good thing Aunt Edna had a doilie that fit!
  38. Lorne Silverstein from Edmonton, Canada writes: In case a pandemic breaks out, safety firm designs new trendy face mask for the design-conscious together with matching dresswear.
    It's always good to be fashionable.
  39. tom smith from Guelph, Canada writes: can I play in the Quebec soccer league with this on?
  40. petey vee from TORONTO, Canada writes: THE 'NEW' HAJIB.
  41. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Traumatized beach wear model unable to speak about her near death escape from the fabled Drape Fish ... It was curtains for the fish.
  42. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: In an 'about face', Quebec reaches compromise on niqab face veil ...
    In other news, record high male voter confirms voter apathy is on the decline.
  43. Arthur Mills from Canada writes: Introducing the East - West fashion compromise of beauty and burka.
  44. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Models Guild hunger strike enters its' fifth day, no new talks expected.
  45. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Denys Fisher, inventor of the Spirograph, dominates at Paris fashion show. Fisher quoted as saying, 'Math is indeed beautiful', was served with divorce papers when model / wife discovered makeup tainted with crazy glue.
  46. valerie gillespie from Canada writes: darn!
  47. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: New applications using fractals receive 'Standing O' during Young Mathematicians Conference at MIT.
  48. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Physicist arrested when attempting to demonstrate 11th iteration of Mandelbrot set, ... described as worlds' worst 'come on'.
  49. valerie gillespie from Canada writes: No wonder the pheasant did not survive the landing.
  50. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Once existing only in the realm of pure math, fractals are now 'bonerfied' for every day use.
  51. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Al Gore, frustrated by governments response to global warming, debutes his own 'winter wear' label ... CatsUp.
  52. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Wearable copy of ancient pictograph text, entitled 'Understanding Women' unveiled at Guggenheim.
  53. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: EcoNet, the latest in environmentally friendly fishing gear backfires, when fishermen refuse to leave their home.
  54. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Presentation of the effects of ozone depletion on several materials, impedes action, as governments demand more demonstrations.
  55. freddy zappa from Toronto, Canada writes: Today fashion designers threw in 'half' the towel, stating: 'Look, this is good stuff, no matter how we dress them!'.
  56. Johann Bjornsson from Reykjavik, Iceland writes: Ooh, I wonder if can vote like that!
  57. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: Yes...yes...even her name is Annette !!!
  58. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: Venus de no Smilo.
  59. Gordon Fulthorpe from DUNDAS, Canada writes: The real reason that the buyer of womens clothes for Marks and Spencers was fired , and why that company never made it in Canada.
  60. V Virball from Acton, United States writes: Lacey Pastie
  61. tessa amos from victoria, Canada writes: I should'nt have had that last drink!!
  62. Timothy Whitehead from Mississauga, Canada writes: Like all the latest fashions....I can't wait to wear this one to the office on Monday!
  63. david glass from Port Elgin, Canada writes: Girl-next -door Mary Jane reveals her sultry side in an attempt to win over Spiderman.
  64. Kevin Felker from Calgary, Canada writes: Not to be outdone by other celebrity designers, Spiderman enters the world of haute couture.
  65. George Daley from Bathurst, Canada writes: Am I baring enough to vote in Quebec now?
  66. Grunter Grimm from Victoria, Canada writes: I was a little drunk when I arrived at the tattoo parlour.
  67. liz kravitz from vancouver, Canada writes: who let the spiders into the sewing room?
  68. Salem Gossen from Charlottetown, Canada writes: does it come in white?
  69. Donald Ripley from beverly hills fl, United States writes: THey told me it was completely washable but look at the holes.
    DFR
  70. MR. E MANN from toronto, Canada writes: the wedding song.....

    Here comes the bride
    All dress is .........black?
  71. bob matheson from Summerland B.C., Canada writes: Is this the latest in terriorist outfits ?
  72. Irene Cornwell from Morinville, Canada writes: 'Honey!! I just said the jeans and tee-shirt was getting alittle tedious.'
  73. myna johnstone from ganges,bc, Canada writes: Black widow winner. or...
    Funeral Fashion!
  74. michelle smith from North Bay, Canada writes: 'I was just crocheting a dollie when all of a sudden it attacked me!!'
  75. Wilf Smith from Quesnel, BC, Canada writes: Fashionfile - Either some lovely dressed women or a freak show!
  76. Emma Hillier from Windsor, Canada writes: 'Bring out the gimp!'
  77. Ron Martyn from Whitby, Canada writes: To the Quebec polling station officer...'NOW can I vote?!'
  78. myna johnstone from ganges,bc, Canada writes: Robin Martyns comment is very appropo. Clever. I vote for yours.
  79. Marie Pratchler from Saskatoon, Canada writes: To be seen, not heard.
  80. Tris Orendorff from Canada writes: Sadly, this was the best uniform the Canadian Women's Olympic hockey team could find.
  81. Janette Higgins from Port Hope, Canada writes: The little black redress.
  82. Budge Farris from Canada writes:
    Over at Kinky's Pub, the Friday night dart games are much more than just a casual pastime
  83. carole nash from toronto, Canada writes: post hot date with spiderman
  84. Lorne Silverstein from Edmonton, Canada writes: Drag queen comes out of the closet...at least partially.
  85. Jo-Ann Koch from Vienna, Austria writes: In the eye of the storm!
  86. carole nash from toronto, Canada writes: the lacey side of Goth
  87. john foster from Kingston, Canada writes: 300 and one Spartans?
  88. Budge Farris from Canada writes:

    A 'Burkas Gone Bananas' video surfaces in Kabul.
    Bin Laden condemns it, says it signals a decline in Afghan morality.
    He calls on the Taliban to bomb crowds, roll heads...restore public decency.
  89. carole nash from toronto, Canada writes: artful weaver
  90. Budge Farris from Canada writes:

    I think I know where the spider is hiding.
  91. Janette Higgins from Port Hope, Canada writes: No shades of grey here!
  92. Bud Brown from Kitchener, Canada writes: Stupid muzzle laws!
  93. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: Don't worry mummy, this tattoo isn't permanent.
  94. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: Breaking News: Images sent back from the Hubble Telescope indicate that the universe is a draped on a woman.
  95. Stephen Palmer from Toronto, Canada writes: At least I won't have to explain to my mother why I'm on YouTube again.
  96. Rick Placebo from Canada writes: Years after the split, the Duchess of York claims that she never understood why the Royals were so upset with her wardrobe.
  97. Brian Hare from Mississauga ontario, Canada writes: 'OK, if I can't play soccer, maybe I'll try out for the baseball team!'
  98. Andrew E from Canada writes: 'That's the last time I buy one of those cheap imported burquas.... one wash and it just fell apart.'
  99. Scott Vickers from Windsor, Canada writes: I hate when that happens.
  100. Scott Vickers from Windsor, Canada writes: Dear Jim,
    I was shocked to see that outfit.
    Sincerely, Reche Caldwell
  101. Jonathan Mejia from Rexdale, Canada writes: 'This face mask is great! Makes it easier for me to continue not eating.'
  102. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: The evolution of the liberated secular society....from chastity belts to chastity masks. Look no hands either !!!!
  103. Joe D'Agostino from St. Catharines, Canada writes: Hideous fashion designs get a makeover.
  104. lawrence higa from vancouver, Canada writes: 'Gosh Mom, I caught it fishing.......can I keep it?'
  105. tera bateman from vancouver, Canada writes: Hannibal Lector and The Black Widow's love child wraps up fashion week......
  106. Stu E from Canada writes: muzzle that b!tch...
  107. Paul Ouimet from Abbotsford, Canada writes: To ease concerns about global warming and reduce our need for cotton, a new spray on clothing line had been developed.
  108. Peter Walker from Calgary, Canada writes: Britney copying Paris copying Madonna!!
  109. maria thompson from surrrey, Canada writes: That is definitely the topper. Designers have absolutely come to the end of their creative well. It has now come to the point where they have gotten their latest inspiration from Charlottes Web.
  110. sara g from toronto, Canada writes: Is this thing bulletproof?
  111. Eclectic Observer from Vancouver, Canada writes: Why, it's a Picasso, of course!
  112. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: Announcing the 'Anorexia Training Gown' for catwalk models that wish to become emaciated and sickly looking.
  113. Adam Andrecyk from Kingston, Canada writes: Comming soon to the Gap....... Majic Eye Ware!!!
  114. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: Some models get really hungry. This one started biting her nails, ate a whole arm and was well into the second before they clamped the mask on.
  115. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: The designer of the outfit may be reached at the Hospital for the Mentally Challenged.
  116. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: .....or a bovine natural fertilizer farm in Texas.
  117. Howard Jones from Calgary, Canada writes: CHER goes undercover.
  118. David Pankratz from Winnipeg, Canada writes: The fashion industry goes mainstream
  119. dorothy Bloore from Canada writes: Handmade Belgian lace, handmade American model
  120. Oleg Wurm from Vancouver, Canada writes: Holy tattering
  121. Oleg Wurm from Vancouver, Canada writes: The power of the press

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  122. V Virball from Acton, United States writes: Wardrobe malfunction II
  123. V Virball from Acton, United States writes: From the mouths of babes ....
  124. V Virball from Acton, United States writes: Web of desire
  125. V Virball from Acton, United States writes: The new internet
  126. R J Peters from charlottetown, Canada writes: So, they call you Annette.
  127. R J Peters from charlottetown, Canada writes: Looks like some of Spiderman's work!!
  128. V ADS from North Vancouver, Canada writes: The Merry Widow comes dressed for Dinner.
  129. V. Aleyaseen from Canada writes: Skimpy burqa
  130. Elizabeth Proctor from Canada writes: What do you mean 'Lift the face veil if I want to vote'?
  131. Victor J from Canada writes: Has anyone seen a snake around here?
  132. kevin moreau from orillia, Canada writes: This spring outfit spells cosy with a T.
  133. Budge Farris from Canada writes: Life gets wackier and wackier at the WWE
  134. Simon du Toit from Canada writes: Lizzie Borden launches new haute couture line...
  135. Simon du Toit from Canada writes: Canada's Next Top Axe Murderer
  136. Elizabeth Proctor from Canada writes: It's not your Grandma's doily!
  137. Glenda Baker from Canada writes: Objectification Anyone??? Or is this just ugly?
  138. Em Jay from Toronto, Canada writes: A new fresh take on the old paper bag.
    Don't have to be pretty to look fashionable!
  139. Janette Higgins from Port Hope, Canada writes: Is that really a feather in her cap?
  140. michael sherren from Truro, Canada writes: Marcella rued the day she gave her mother in law the do it yourself doily kit.
  141. fashionista is my name from Edmonton, Canada writes: It was the best of times and the worst of times to be a mother-in-law.
  142. Allan Martel from Canada writes: She headed out, dressed in early doily....
  143. Allan Martel from Canada writes: My boyfriend Spiderman bought it for me on the Web,
  144. JOYIM M from Canada writes: Knit this Gramma!
  145. sandra boruszok from United States writes: uh oh..I think I swallowed something!
  146. Willy Beastie from FlinFlon, Canada writes: Cold sore or not, Cecilia was determined to make her turn.
  147. donna lyn from Toronto,Ontario, writes: Kiss of the Spiderwoman
  148. paul hudson from cambridge, Canada writes: Charlottes web.
  149. Barrett Cressman from Guelph, Canada writes: It might not have been the best way for her to blend in but then again she had never been to an alien planet before. Who is to say they DIDN'T all dress like this five hundred light years away?
  150. Al MacDonald from Think Green, Canada writes: What do you think? This or the Little Black Dress?
  151. Joy Young from Hollywood, CA, United States writes: Yes, Britney, you should wear panties with that
  152. Terry Tutone from Juneau, United States writes: A black and white doily goalie
  153. S H from Vaughan, Canada writes: Speechless.
  154. Craig Sauer from Niagara Falls, Canada writes: Britney went a little far with the tattoos, but at least she is wearing underwear now..... I guess rehab might have worked!
  155. The Great Gazoo from Gaza, Canada writes: How many holes is that?
  156. B.R. Hoch from Kitchener, Canada writes: Silence of the Lambs anyone?
  157. William T from Chilliwack, Canada writes: Grandma Crochets on Crack
  158. Tim Rutkevich from Canada writes: Almost wear by almost designer.
  159. Budge Farris from Canada writes:
    Yes ma'am, the matching tent is mosquito-proof
  160. stuart mckenna from mississauga, Canada writes: Only the pantie is available on prescription.
  161. Michael Bartlett from Aurora, writes: The look is "Belinda" by MacKay.
  162. jennifer lazar from Canada writes: I didn't mean to tell so many lies.
  163. carole nash from toronto, Canada writes: Barbara's response to Conrad's insistence that she reduce her wardrobe expenses
  164. pat t8a 5y5 from Edmonton, Canada writes: Spyder-Model, Spyder-Model, friendly cat-walkerer SpyModel, spins a web... on her face... just like that... at the scene of a, um, of a show, um she can't see ee e e...
  165. Budge Farris from Canada writes:
    We just got an order for eleven copies from the harem of Sheik Fulah Feiah Khrah
  166. K. Kiddine from Canada writes: What happens when a fashion designer contracts his own granny to crochet trim on an outfit, not realizing granny likes to drink hot toddies and crochet at the same time.
  167. noam hacker from Toronto, Canada writes: Why is this not closed?

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