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Six Puns Day Eight Hundred Fifty One: Mildew

“You know how fun Gus is, he never fits the mold.” said the producer. “Yes, he is a fun guy to have as a host,” said the director,  “but must he always put a damper on the game show?” Six … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Eight Hundred Forty Nine: The Ivy League

“I don’t know how anyone bears the thought of reading the puns you pen,” said a critic to me once, “Unless someone big read them, of course. Within the filmed reactions to this material lie yawns. So you’re going to … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Eight Hundred Thirty Six: Footnotes

“The page was caught near the obelisk, but this isn’t quite a textbook case,” said the detective, “I think we should lay out other options: specifically where those pictures came from: we should ask the lord where he bought ‘em.”* … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Seven Hundred Thirty: Gold*

“Care for some cafe au lait? Or some beef bouillon with 24 carrots?” asked Leif, the French waiter. “If you’d like something else, please mention it, otherwise, the bar will be open shortly.” *Six Puns: Two Years Punnin’? I thank these … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Sixty Seven: Knots

Don’t be a square, get some Thai food for your granny and I figure eight or nine people. That way, if you’re feeling out of the loop, you’ll have plenty on your plate.

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Sixty Three: Precipitation

The king had quite a reign, though many would hail the royal family as having a future that no one could cloud. They didn’t like guests to storm through the castle, but that said, they let many subjects drop in … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Fifty Eight: Calligraphy

The robber was so surprised by the cops’ entrance that he nearly had a stroke. This brush with the law was something that wasn’t in the script, besides that, he wasn’t ready to spend time in the pen. But the … Continue reading

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