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Category Archives: Humor
There’s an heir eating a pearat a restaurant and just enjoying the atmosphere. He doesn’t like seafood, (he’s not quite a fisher) but he does enjoy chicken (and ducks). Six Puns: Puns in the rain, puns in the snow, puns in sleet, … Continue reading
“If you wish to fast, forward all your donations to the children’s organization,” said the preacher. “They will be able stop hunger and provide the kids a place to play. That will get them on the right track to a … Continue reading
If you are bored, try to throw your cares away and look for some sharp humor. If that doesn’t fly, you’ll have to blow your afternoon another way. Six Puns: Cow’s ears and bull’s eyes!
“There is something that should be clear by now: that alibi is see-through!” said the master detective. “It would shatter your reputation if that every fiber of your being went into goldfish smuggling.” “All right,” said the accused, “I did … Continue reading
Kids and adults have a lazy handle on things: some say they like to skip school (or work) and play on a slide. They also love to draw and eat Chinese takeout. Six Puns: A woolly operation of lamb’s cousins … Continue reading
“I’ll pine for the days of yore, even if there isn’t a jump in sales and things go downhill,” said the farmer. “But I should use that as a last resort. I can lift my spirits with some music.” Six … Continue reading
“I pronounce you a knight of the realm,” said the old wizard. “There are several entries to the magic kingdom, and I will conjure up a spell. Look for the windowsills, you will find some letters and some cattle. On one sill a … Continue reading
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.
“There is something that paints you as a person who deals with a circus of events everyday,” said the new manager, “But I think everyone here knows that you can juggle tasks pretty well.” “Well, that’s true,” said the cashier, … Continue reading