Six Puns Day One Hundred GAME THREE: Align the Six Puns!

(Okay pun-masters, the first letter to the answers of these clues, when put together in order, will spell out a word. What word is it? You can provide your wonderfully accurate answers in the comments section. Good luck! )

1. Someone who enjoys people who say things in at a low volume level, revels in

(_) _ _ _ _ _       _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

2. Witches may not be good with money, but if

they’re not a-spelling, they’re (_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

3. Digging up under this old elm tree will get to the (_) _ _ _ of our landscaping problems.

4. When a chivalrous medieval guy goes to sleep, he wears a (_) _ _ _ _ _ cap.

5. I wouldn’t say my friend is chicken, but when a dare comes along we always have to    (_) _ _ him on.

6. A show put on by the lessee? That’s (_) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _!

Align the Six Puns!

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One Response to Six Puns Day One Hundred GAME THREE: Align the Six Puns!

  1. Dilshad says:

    Wow, this is difficult. The best I came up with was:

    2. Witches may not be good with money, but if they’re not a-spelling, they’re accounting.
    3. Digging up under this old elm tree will get to the root of our landscaping problems.
    4. When a chivalrous medieval guy goes to sleep, he wears a knight cap.
    5. I wouldn’t say my friend is chicken, but when a dare comes along we always have to egg him on.

    Does the last clue have anything to do with the river Lesse in Belgium? I’ve probably totally lost the plot.

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