“The whole cast met their match in a ward where the starlet was staying, there, doctors put sleeping pills and other drugs on her,” explained the director to the producer, “maybe it was to test her mettle.” “I doubt it,” said the producer, “but it seems like a noble idea.”
Six Puns: Some old friends just visited from Clinton County, New York…and there’s still plenty of Platt in ‘em!
“Don’t use your condition as a crutch: if you’re sick of walking, stick to driving. I know your schedule is hard to balance, but get a grip,” said the dispatcher. “The staff has their hands full too.”
Six Puns: Ordering out? Take a wok!
“Please don’t judge the loose atmosphere, there are many serious ideas flowing around here.” said the host. “To close the evening, I’ll spin a record, but I’m no wizard at it.”
Six Puns: Please, give your cousin Terry cloth.
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Although many people had heard about the delivery of this knowledgeable comedienne, little read about how she could train others in installing drivers. It is for this fact that she had significant pull in her field.
Six Puns: Wagon puns? We’ve got it covered.
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“I’ve looked on the web for hair products, and I’m in quite a bind,” said the beautician, “I might have to give my next client the boot, but then again, there is some shampoo that is at a steal of a price.”
Six Puns: Don’t bucket, don’t tub, and don’t sink.
The flower pedals grew strong in the sun at a quarter to three, without signs of a break. The cattle had moved in, with the steer and the cows looking as if they would not tire.
Six Puns: Tricycle puns? They only spoke well of them!
“This butterfly rings a bell,” said the poet. “I’d better find a way to peace, or else I’ll have a fit.”
Six Puns: Q: Why do the tortoise and the hare love to wear long sleeves? A: They’re a great place to put an Aesop!
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