“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.
“Cole wanted to see how fast his car goes, but he neglected what the ‘no racing’ sign on that ship meant,” said Vanessa, “He says his girlfriend never ties his new car to his success at work but when she saw it, he couldn’t contain her excitement.”
Six Puns: Hard to gauge…
This fall, order a pay-per view that will test your mettle: a documentary program about how preserving big game shows us an environment that sports plenty of life.
Six Puns: Half alcohol, whole punch. Happy New Year!
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Here’s a tale: if you’re short of money for school, don’t feel blue, this is low on the scale of life’s worries.
Six Puns: None too holy.
“Now that the guard has nodded off, this leaves us with no other option but to leave this suite, ” said one of the captives, “be sure to plant your feet well into the windowsill and try not to knock over the dry sherry.”
Six Puns: A present “n” is worth a present “o” (Or a gone “o”).
You take a few steps to a plane, and well, you’re on your way to a range of places that won’t give you the cold shoulder.
Six Puns: Dry humor.