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Category Archives: Animals
They would cry foul in the last leg of this roast if it weren’t for Tom, the host, who would waddle off of the stage every time a bad joke was told. Stuffing the program with all of these guest … Continue reading
If you pool your resources together, you’ll be armed well enough to tide yourself over, well forever. So don’t go out on a limb, finsh the final leg, and then go to Hollywood–there you’ll be able to see stars.
You might see a column that claims to analyze current events but instead tries to sell you something fishy. I’d say that’s kind of shallow.
“I see fans are often blue when I don’t bring touchdowns to the table,” said the budding football player. “Unless I’m the pillar of the team it really takes a toll on them.” (A coral is a type of animal. … Continue reading
“I get the point: there are no more rolls in this borough,” said the restauranteuse. “I have to go elsewhere for them, especially for dessert. Well, maybe not…I saw Nick the other day and he might know where to get … Continue reading
“Although you might not be able to see Mr. Fisher, he will be out to hawk his metal wares tomorrow,” said the carnival leader. “That’s according to this clause in his contract. He was unprepared for a sales competition in … Continue reading
“If you don’t pull this latch, this system will need more bytes–you will see its performance slow down,” said Nancy, the technician. “That seems to make sense,” said her co-worker, “This bloody thing sucks–but thanks. I was thinking: in order … Continue reading
I see cows all the time trying to lick my calf. They really aren’t shallow (they enjoy a parade float as much as any other mammal)–I think they’re just swamped with work sometimes–if you catch my drift.
“Something really bugs the chief about the beer and the bun he lost this morning, you know, after he got jumped,” said one of the firefighters, “but it wasn’t such a big loss, he didn’t need to drink. And, as … Continue reading