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All In A Day’s Work August 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Word Play, Writing & Writers.
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Lexophiles love words, especially a good play on words (or even a bad play on words). 

Most of these puns came from e-mails I’ve saved over the years.  A few are of more recent vintage.  

These fun puns are All In A Day’s Work:

1.  Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead to know basis.

2.  Who was the roundest knight at King Arthur’s round table?

Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. 

3.  I thought you saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan island.

No, it turned out to be an optical Aleutian.

4.  She was only a whisky maker, but he loved her still.

5.  What do you call Santa’s helpers?

Subordinate clauses.

6.  Two silk worms had a race. 

They ended up in a tie.

7. What did one hat say to the other?

“You stay here, I’ll go on a head.”

8.  What do you call acupuncture?

A jab well done.

9.  What happened to the guy who didn’t pay his exorcist?

He was repossessed.

10.  “Nurse, how’s the little boy who swallowed coins doing?”

“No change yet.”

Stay tuned. 

More Fun with Puns tomorrow.

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Related post:  Getting Paid To Play

Comments»

1. cindy - August 29, 2010

Delightfully amusing 🙂

nrhatch - August 29, 2010

Love puns that arise naturally … with “no pun intended.”

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3. colonialist - January 8, 2014

Love these – my style of humour! I have used No 2 myself – but without the pi which is a stroke of genius!

nrhatch - January 8, 2014

I enjoy a good pun.

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