To make some bread, pedal your bicycle to the store and buy some flour before the owner leaves. This stems from years of experience, as well as time spent working at a grain processing plant (I think it was called a mill).
Six Puns: Bits of marigold puns? That’s a pollen!
If you’ve been feeling out of the loop, don’t buckle, rather, answer a chain letter, or listen to a band. These are certainly ways to resolve your mettle.
Six Puns: Bracelet puns–like those who read them–have plenty of charm.
“Whenever someone suggests I would fudge my artwork on purpose, I scream at very notion,” said Valerie, the painter, “I mean, I may sprinkle a few intentional mistakes for artistic value, but it’s hardly black and white, I clearly don’t go nuts.”
Six Puns: You’ve read yer sundae puns, now split!
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“Maybe a good recipe for mash will turn up” said the distiller, “we want to get to the root of making liquor, and not soil our reputation. There’s no reason to be bitter.”
Six Puns: In order to film people applauding, you must get a clap shot!
The guest speaker made a sound argument at the public hearing, and it was something that went well on the record. It was about a discovery in her field that she then explained to the audience (and let the shock mount).
Six Puns: I’ll soon be buying a motorcycle, and testing one, too.
Here’s a gem: if you’re out at the zoo, key knees of rhinoceroses (the knees that don’t work) keep other animals from being gored. It’s that, or they are using their winter horn, something you definitely can’t buy at a plant.
Six Puns: Squash puns? We’re vine with them.
“It would be a sound decision not to move, because this gun might go off,” said the gangster, “That’s right, I setting a tone for you guys here in the bank, because robberies are something I’ve been doing with plenty of frequency.” The gangster stumbled, then paused. “Hold up,” he said, “I’ve just lost a contact lens.”
Six Puns: Pager puns? Good call.