“If you can figure out the radical of this equation, you can calculate the resistance,” said the physics teacher. “You should have this figured out by March, at the latest, I mean if you want to make physics your occupation. I personally hope you pick it.“
Six Puns: We’re a riot!
If you thing that making money off of something you like is a stretch, just jog your memory: plenty of people have set the tone doing things they love. There’s one condition: if you don’t like your hair color, dye it.
Six Puns: That percussion instrument in Philadelphia may need some repairs, but’s far from a dumb bell.
“I’d be lyin‘ if I said that I didn’t feel stuffed,” said one of the guests, “still, it was better than eating a fir tree, something I couldn’t bear.”
Six Puns: Treat life as if it’s just all a big game.
If you have the dough you can afford a suite for quite a long time, and I sing praises of anyone who can do that, and say “shoo” to anyone who can’t.
Six Puns: Puns for everyone, including familiar uncles and fond aunts.
“To get the whole picture of the Bahamas, you must find a conch shell, and read something like my biography of Franklin Pierce, something I have to plug, on the beach,” said the travel agent, “or you could just eat a pear.”
Six Puns: You can’t carry a cliff, but can you cart a ledge?
New Orleans is a port known for swing music, and its seafood; including shrimp, crayfish, and lox. There are plenty of bars to go to– but they can be expensive, so just have a rich nerd foot the bill.
Six Puns: Just like a design school, we turn style into high fashion!
If you have the drive to get to Rhode Island, I say that would be fair enough. My friend traveled there and never got to eat the liver he brought, but he had plenty to show for it.
Six Puns: A heroic blog (with a checkered past!).