Six Puns Day Nine Hundred Fifty Nine: Freight Trains

Cole wanted to see how fast his car goes, but he neglected what the ‘no racing’ sign on that ship meant,” said Vanessa, “He says his girlfriend never ties his new car to his success at work but when she saw it, he couldn’t contain her excitement.”

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6 Responses to Six Puns Day Nine Hundred Fifty Nine: Freight Trains

  1. Keith says:

    i wanted to be a railroad engineer but I got sidetracked.

  2. Dave says:

    Why is it still called ‘shipping’ on a train? Isn’t ‘shipping’ via boat the same as ‘training’ via choo-choo? To follow up, wouldn’t you ‘sea’ the boat float, and track the train? And Keith thinks he got sidetracked?!

  3. Keith says:

    All very good questions. Is an apprentice engineer “in training?” That would mean an apprentice boat pilot was “in shipping.” It makes sense that your shipment being shipped by rail could be tracked but how then would you trace your cargo at sea? If you are shipping a car via rail, can you track it while it’s tracked?

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