“I’ll field any question that my student leaves me,” said the band teacher, “music has become such a sham, rock isn’t what it used to be. I believe the roots of any great music must be studied, when musicians weren’t all about making that green.”
Six Puns: This clover pun saga belongs to Mr. Ericsson, so wait for Leif.
“Don’t bother the sage while he is dressing,” said the attendant, “it would be nuts to consider such a move, and besides, we must save our best jokes for the roast–on location, of course, in Turkey.”
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“A message was sent to the Prime Minister’s suite, so that leaves us no choice but to root around the lobby,” said the Admiral. “we must not wake her staff, for they will become our most bitter enemies.”
Six Puns: Well, that’s enough puns being manufactured by hand…back to the plant.
“There is a chance that this ship could sink, but I don’t think it’s anything we can’t handle,” said the Flo, the captain, “we’re going to have to tap into our resources, so nothing will drain our support system.”
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“Sure, the diplomats should meet, but I think there is a grain of truth to the rumor that tensions might boil over,” said the ambassador, “though this may be a chance to peel off any bad feelings, especially when discussing our country’s stock.”
Six Puns: George Washington sold all of his wheat during the American Revolution, and was left with a bill of rice.
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“Sure it’s fine to use TV as a medium, but of course, it is going to look grainy,” said the artist, “it’s going to take every fiber of my being to accept it as valid, though.”
Six Puns: Bulgur puns? Glad you could endure ‘em.
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“There’s a line for that course on biology, so I’m just going to let it slide,” said the student. “maybe I’ll take it up in the spring, until then I’ll just watch the special on cable.”
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