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Category Archives: Technology
“The whole cast met their match in a ward where the starlet was staying, there, doctors put sleeping pills and other drugs on her,” explained the director to the producer, “maybe it was to test her mettle.” “I doubt it,” said … Continue reading
“Don’t use your condition as a crutch: if you’re sick of walking, stick to driving. I know your schedule is hard to balance, but get a grip,” said the dispatcher. “The staff has their hands full too.” Six Puns: Ordering out? … 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!
“I’ve read in a magazine that beans and rice are a staple food for many people all over the world,” said the teacher, “many people will go to a store or a military base where they have to pay per … Continue reading
The comedienne tried to whet the audience’s appetite with some dry humor, and showed that she could handle the crowd. She also could floor the judges in this talent competition with a hilarious yarn. Six Puns: Hot.
“Brush fires are something that the dust bowl will bring,” said the scientist. “They’re hard to handle and many people don’t know which way is best to fight them. I personally think a lot of ideas won’t fly.” Six Puns: … Continue reading
“What are you saying? Don’t be a crab while you fish for answers,” said the gang leader to his right-hand stooge. “Cut open that apple, at it’s core all of the plans should be there. See?“ Six Puns: Tanks a … Continue reading
“What are you doing? There’s no need to spout hatred in court,” said the judge. “Don’t make me tap this gavel again, you’re not going to make a splash as long as you try to pump up the jury here.”
There’s a key to making a good wafer, and it should not be something you dread. It should be easy to pin down with a simple combination of techniques and soon it’ll be as easy as making Pad Thai.