Monthly Archives: November 2013

Six Puns Day Five Hundred Sixty One: Binoculars

“Maybe you can field the question as to why you’re not focused?” said the teacher. “We’ve taken a scope of literature that mirrors what’s on television,” said the student, “I don’t like making adjustments just because the other students are … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Sixty: Shopping

Set sail for adventure! Who knows what’s in store for the future? Maybe you’ll do something bizarre, like tag along an Amazon fishing expedition, or save a baby from a burning building! Or even go to Brooklyn, where you can … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Fifty Nine: Turkey

They would cry foul in the last leg of this roast if it weren’t for Tom, the host, who would waddle off of the stage every time a bad joke was told. Stuffing the program with all of these guest … 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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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Fifty Seven: Utensils

“Fork it over, chop chop! Stick to the directions you’re being spoon-fed and cut out the nonsense,” said the bank robber. Just then, a police officer entered the fray. “All right, maybe you’d like to handle something a little more … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Fifty Six: Clouds

“I haven’t the foggiest idea as to how you missed that train,” said the Hong Kong Rail dispatcher as the puff he made from his pipe reached the ceiling. “I gather a lot of people storm through here, then. Well, … Continue reading

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Six Puns Day Five Hundred Fifty Five: Stamps

“It makes sense not to post anything else online about the giant crocodile that will stick in the public’s mind,” said the general. “They already know it’s a male specimen, twenty feet long, and ferocious. We have to lick this … Continue reading

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