“Look here, sonny, this rock isn’t exactly light,” said the farmer, “it’s about to get dark out, so if you don’t want to move this heavy object, I’m positive you can just go home.”
Six Puns: Once you iron out your difficulties, it’s hard to de-press them.
Problems too hard to shoulder? Get back, I think there’s a solution if you draw from within. It’s that, because you’re going to need all the help you can get in your quest for peace.
Six Puns: Now registered as an inc.
You can scream and shout in a club until your voice is hoarse, but it might not change things from being sad, dull. That said, don’t let that rain on your parade; work on a better goal.
Six Puns: Stick to it!
If you own stock, you don’t want to be caught with a side of pork if you invest in beef. Sure, that’s just a blanket statement, so but it’s great advice for the upwardly mobile.
Six Puns: It’s a big harbor with a lot of different bays: Bay 1, Bay 2, Bay A, Bay B.
“If we follow Walt’s peace accord, eons of time will pass before there will be any disturbance at a theater or play,” said the diplomat, “I think many folk will be happy with that, being able to get out of any jam.”
Six Puns: I hate to say it, but those who don’t believe in global warming were always kind of weird, Al.
“If you can figure out the radical of this equation, you can calculate the resistance,” said the physics teacher. “You should have this figured out by March, at the latest, I mean if you want to make physics your occupation. I personally hope you pick it.“
Six Puns: We’re a riot!
If you thing that making money off of something you like is a stretch, just jog your memory: plenty of people have set the tone doing things they love. There’s one condition: if you don’t like your hair color, dye it.
Six Puns: That percussion instrument in Philadelphia may need some repairs, but’s far from a dumb bell.