“Whatever youse guys read would tell me a lot about these furs,” said the opportunistic Brooklynite, “whether I have to spruce them up or branch out to our supplier is something I need to know soon.”
Six Puns: Pining for more puns? Join us next month!
“There’s a tag on that sack of potatoes, but the writing is on the wall,” said the detective, “that’s where we are, son. We have counterfeit potatoes here, ones that won’t spoil easy but instead paint a picture of corruption.”
Six Puns: More puns July 26th.
There’s plenty of space for fun in your schedule, so go out to Hollywood and meet some stars. It’s a light year for movies, so if you plan it right you can take plenty of pictures, and, make the photos you develop in the dark matter.
Six Puns: Plenty of puns, or bits of comedy, delivered promptly to your home planetarium.
Last month’s puns weren’t corny enough for you? It’s funny how the laughs crop up here and there, (though that concept is alien to me) but I wouldn’t trust anybody who reads into it too much. Maybe there is a grain of truth to it, but ask a professor, she’ll field any questions.
Six Puns: Remember, that latter Sunday is a Pun-day!
Seeing as I’ve been strapped for cash lately (the result of a pun tax hike), I’ve decided to stay afoot of my monetary situation by reviving this site on a monthly basis instead of having to toe the line with daily puns. So, for a sole Sunday each month, you can clog your schedule with pure pun-ly goodness!
Six Puns: The last Sun-day of your month is now a Pun-day! (Next post is April 26th).
“To make a sound decision, you must view every color more brightly, every hue more closely, and above all, you must find the means to compound your interest,” said the sage, “also, as a magician, you should always check your spelling.”
Thank you for reading my puns for the last three years. This has been a wonderful experience that has been made even more enjoyable by your readership, your comments, your likes and–best of all–the puns you’ve written yourselves. I am now moving on to other things; thanks again, and I wish you all the best.
Six Puns: Shakespeare’s work ethic? Well, not exactly (but I sure can make a word play).
“Although the acting was stilted, the staging was compelling, and the dialogue will test your mettle,” wrote the reviewer, “According to recent polls, this is what ties audiences to the cinema.”
Six Puns: Our puns will have you beam with delight.