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Six Puns Day Eight Hundred Thirteen: Kennels

Sure, pet peeves can be rough, like boarding a train and forgetting to bring bread. This can breed contempt (but only if it’s a dinner train). Six Puns: Trees have plant of bark, don’t they?

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Six Puns Day Seven Hundred Forty Nine: Piers

“What’s the good word, doc?” said the patient, “did you see anything wrong with me?” “Well actually, yes,” said the doctor, “I don’t know how you travel from place to place, but as far as your car goes you need … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Seven Hundred Forty Five: Roofs

“That top is certainly worth guardin’,” said the toy store owner in his pitch to the kids, “it spins all over the place in sixty seconds flat, so it won’t tie all of your time up.” Six Puns: Sure, there … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Seven Hundred Twenty Two: Plywood

Getting enough fiber? You won’t find it in that sheet cake, I would be flexible with the diet though, it shouldn’t be too hard. Six Puns: A cut above the rest?

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Six Puns Day Seven Hundred Fifteen: Huts

“So we gave up on the cab Ana was trying to hail, but we didn’t shed a tear,” said John. “We would eventually stick to our original plans and see Ling on Tuesday.” Six Puns: Hut puns, eh? Better hide.

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Six Puns Day Six Hundred Forty Two: Lighthouses

“A light breakfast will follow our conference, to keep your hunger at bay and give you a chance to ask any burning questions,” said the art director, who got stares from the audience. “What? Oh, dinner. I haven’t the foggiest … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Six Hundred Thirty: Doors

Often, success hinges on having an open mind — like a change of clothes, or a life revolving around charity and swing music. Six Puns: A bottle, a can, and a jar.

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