Category Archives: pun

Kind of Punny

Another pun: I used to hate crayons but I’m drawn to them now. Explanation: Crayons are used for drawing.  “To be drawn to something” means that something is enticing, attractive, makes you want to approach it or get to know it. … Continue reading

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Really the last pun, really!

Broken pencils are pointless. If the tip of a pencil is broken, the pencil has no point (point-less).  If the tip of a pencil is broken the pencil has no purpose, that it is pointless.  This pun plays with the … Continue reading

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Last of the puns… for now

No matter how much you  push the envelope, it’ll still be stationery. “To push the envelope” is an expression that means to exceed or try to exceed the normal limits. “Stationery” is writing materials such as paper and envelopes.  “Stationary” … Continue reading

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More Puns Explained

In my previous posting I showed a picture of some puns.  Here I continue to explain the puns. The other day I held the door open for a clown.  It was a nice jester. A clown and a jester are … Continue reading

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Puns

According to the Urban Dictionary, a pun is “a play on words, usually used for comic reception,” that is, used to make people laugh or groan.  A friend sent me this picture on Facebook (it is not mine and I … Continue reading

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