“Now that the guard has nodded off, this leaves us with no other option but to leave this suite, ” said one of the captives, “be sure to plant your feet well into the windowsill and try not to knock over the dry sherry.”
Six Puns: A present “n” is worth a present “o” (Or a gone “o”).
You take a few steps to a plane, and well, you’re on your way to a range of places that won’t give you the cold shoulder.
Six Puns: Dry humor.
Would you believe that dogs bark when they hear a stroke of genius? As long as you aren’t too stern with them, they won’t thwart your moment.
Six Puns: Thanks for read these canoe puns…so please, take a bow.
“The pond sports a diversity of species; it has been known to teem with life,” said the biologist. “and that’s not just a line I’m saying, there are several yards that have ponds, but this one is the only one that has a vent to circulate air to and from the premises.”
Six Puns: Contact lenses and still some spectacles.
“If you can make a solid base out of a log of wood, you can tell your ex that there’s no reason why there should be hard feelings,” said the counselor, “though you might have to turn the tables a bit.”
Six Puns: There are all these sales going on today, but many buy nary a thing.
“The chef would normally mince the pepper, but since that would be hard for this dish, let him try a recipe he’s just read,” said the maitre d’, “We can’t exactly let him off the hook.”
Six Puns: Candy cane puns? Stick to it, and you’ll be fine! Merry Chirstmas!
“That flour won’t fly,” said the baker, “to make this ice cream cone, you’re going to have to take the stigma out of using better ingredients and be as skilled as a hunter holding a pistol.”
Six Puns: Pollen puns coming (at you, at you).
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