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| Tim Engle, The Star
LAST WEEK’S WINNER
Well, a whole lot of folks enjoyed poking gentle fun at the Australian chap’s outfit. As for the winner …
▪ Mono-marriage comes to Kansas. (Paul Vesce, Overland Park)
▪ If the French and Indian War had ended in a tie. (David Lawrence, Overland Park)
▪ Some turkeys are better than others at disguising themselves around Thanksgiving. (Betty Marxsen, Kansas City)
▪ Hubert did SO love flaunting the windmills of his mind. (Geralynn Barner, Overland Park)
▪ Airport security’s worst nightmare. (Chris Brower, Lawrence)
▪ Professor Cheatum introduces his newly invented Thinking Cap. (Kenneth Lee, Raytown)
▪ The well-appointed Turkey Executioner has arrived for this year’s Fashion Week in New York. (Rick Weiser, Overland Park)
▪ The Maddest Hatter. (David Hicks, Bonner Springs)
▪ Lace and feathers wait for no man. (Rebecca Johnson, Mission Hills)
▪ This is the new hat that went with the king’s new clothes. (Richard Semkin, Clinton, Mo.)
▪ A newly elected Republican in Congress updates his image all the way to the 19th century. (Susan Pepperdine, Fairway)
▪ “I say, has anyone seen my mustache pencil?” (Mike Reed, Overland Park)
▪ “I thought the feathers would be a nice touch for the holidays!” (Betty J. Ludwig, Leavenworth)
▪ The lacrosse/cricket crossover tournament attracted several interesting spectators. (Tom Ricker, Kansas City)
▪ What the well-dressed pilgrim would wear on Thanksgiving in 2014. (Don Anderson, Kansas City)
▪ Business casual for the extremely weird. (Terry Winchell, Kansas City, Kan.)
▪ I really hate when my date out-dresses me! (Barbara Whited, Easton, Kan.)
▪ Hole-y feathered headgear, Hatman! (Curt Feyerherm, Olathe)
▪ His wife warned him the yellow rose in his lapel was a touch too much. (Patricia Stone, Liberty)
▪ “This is not what I had in mind when I agreed to the witness protection program.” (Carol Diane, Overland Park)
▪ Dream catcher snags a fashion nightmare. (Anne Simonis, Liberty)
▪ “Aw, they said I was too early for the Easter Parade!” (Linda Way, Shawnee)
▪ “If I’d only gone with the black boutonniere, no one in the funeral procession would be staring at me. Yellow is just too happy.” (Lisa Smith, Overland Park)
▪ Can’t decide on a career path. Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief? (Etheline Hill, Kansas City)
▪ “Maybe if I gaze sorrowfully off into the horizon, no one will notice the dream catcher I’m wearing.” (Lauren Zabaneh, Overland Park)
▪ A green-energy expert, an English fashion designer and a dream catcher maker walk into a bar … (Carrie Ahn, Olathe)