“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.”
Six Puns: Pun test coming up soon (no pressure).
“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.”
Six Puns: Are zip-line puns too light for you? Wait a minute…
“To get a doll up to the roof requires topping the old record,” said the official, “I think the records firm meant that there’s been a dip in attempts lately, something we’ve been addressing.”
Six Puns: Sour cream puns, for all their bacterial-like infectiousness, come from the highest form of culture.
Making rolls can be a ball if you’re a baker, if not, you can ramp up the excitement even outside the sphere of the culinary arts. That said, you can probably harness the power of the elements, too.
Six Puns: Always a good sport.
“There’s nothing to bargain about here,” said the shopkeeper, “the deals are just the same here as they are on the flyer.” “Oh come on,” said Suzie, “if you let the price of your hiking boots slide, that frees you from trying to sell to runners.”
Six Puns: Sled puns slay me…