The professor chose from his selection of pipes. “I don’t want to drain our resources,” he said as he puffed away, “but our current studies suggest when tap and cha-cha dancers stopped dancing, the whole mood of an event can change.”
Six Puns: Like a rock band with the bass in.
It makes sense to change your diet just to eat mint, but you don’t have to state it in any magazine you write to (unless it’s not a regular issue).
Six Puns: “Thank you for reading these quarter puns”, to coin a phrase…
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The plane had lions and beer on board, but they were far from hammered. This would have crushed the gamekeepers, who were trying to mirror previously effective keeping techniques.
Six Puns: As a math major, it was Pi all day.
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“You may have conned your way into this greenhouse by dressing as a potter, but I’m not in the spirit to guess which scheme you’ll use next,” said the detective, “All the authors at the library are on to your game, too. Even Edgar Allan Poe shunned you.”
Six Puns: Wzrida puns? <—- Learn to spell!
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There is a lot at stake if someone very dear to you plays an organ during a baseball game. Well, not really, but they are someone I’d like to meet.
Six Puns: Venison puns are something to marble at!
As long as your work is up to scale, you won’t have to tell tales about what accounts you shore up, or how many burgers you fry. Or, even if you happen to discover a meteor.
Six Puns: Goldfish puns? Tanks for reading!
“The heir is sure to have a gas in the atmosphere of this station wagon,” said the Wizard, “once he gets out of the compound, he’ll admire the steering wheel and the seating made of ox hide.”
Six Puns: I hope that seating has some color..it is hard to dye ox hide.
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