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Thread: The Irresistible Pun Thread

  1. #61
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    Allright, all you pundits, come and give it a go!

  2. 2005-Oct-27, 02:48 PM

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    When reading the thread title "NASA is stupid" I couldn't help thinking "NASA's return to the loon"
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    Confucious say "Man who stick face in punch bowl, get punch in nose"

    Two fer the price of one.

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    I have just thread enough unpunny funs to last a wifetime.

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    punicboom
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    punicolas

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    Ah, the pamous Italian classic, Punicoli Punicola!

    I do believe this thread was also intended for puns without a variation of the word "pun" in them...

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    I would like to FRAMe the artwork in my condo.

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    Well, I'm a candydate to help you out!

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    I constantly ToSeek for such help. Thank you.

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    Don't panicolaspects of the framing will be taken care of by me!
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    My BAd!

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    i have no monet to buy your fram e, Candy

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    Excuse me, there is a mad head shink on the forum!

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    Aaww, Candy, you touched my punny bone!

    Happy Halloween / Samhain!

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    Wow there's this new google tool where everyone can put his own pun on the map!! What? "pin"?

    oh
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    ^^^

    pin head - I mean pun head!
    Last edited by Candy; 2005-Oct-28 at 09:00 PM.

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    Show me the Monet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enzp
    Show me the Monet.
    In the spirit of such...

    A priceless work of art was on display at a museum. A thief, upon hearing this news, immeadiatly began planning to steal it. He was very meticulous about his planning - finding museum blueprints, buying equipment at various locations so it couldn't be tracked, etc. Finally, he sets his plan into operation, and it goes off without a hitch. However, as he is driving away, a police car spots him and gives chase. As he is continuing down the road, he realizes a fatal flaw - his tank is empty. He manages to lose the police and pulls into a gas station to pick up some gas. However, by this time an APB has been sent out on his van. Several hours later, the police find him, still at the gas station. When asked what was taking him, he replied "I did not have the Monet to buy Degas to make the van Gogh."

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    ^ excelent

    but was he framed?

    with all those nudes, he never could have done a cover-up.

    he didnt hear the police coming because he sliped and his van chopped his ear gogh.

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    I need more details on the story. The picture is incomplete.
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    A quoted play on words from a long lost thread titled "do you double space at the end of a sentence", older than this pun thread:

    Do you double space at the end of a sentence
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas
    As far as I knew, scientist think that the universe is expanding quite slowly. So obviously, it can't be possible that everyone would be doubling space after each and every sentence. I mean, the universe would have gotten 8 times as big after this post alone. C'mon that's just plain impossible! Here goes 16! 32! Phew that one didn't have a verb so it isn't a full sentence. Dam this was one, thats 64! 128!



    A result of this theory would be the fact that every sentence would take up the size of the universe until the start of that sentence (which is in fact the most precise guess of the universe's size I've ever heard, you can measure it to the millimeter!). Do not underestimate the power of the Written Word...
    With sufficient thrust, water towers fly just fine.

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    There was a strange melting animal at the art gallery. I found out it was the Dali llama.

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    and Dalai Mamma had nothing to do with it

  26. 2005-Oct-31, 01:17 AM

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    No, but when she fell in love, it really was an orange crush.
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    sounds juicy

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    I love juicy.

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    Hey

    I saw a history show recently about the American west. It featured a native American family. In the tepee were three women with their children. One sat on a deerskin with her new baby. The baby weighed 5 pounds. She was very proud of him. The second mother sat on a bear skin with her baby. He weighed 6 pounds, and she loved him dearly ( I shoulda said deerly, but I want to avoid nesting my puns). But the third woman sat on a very large tough skin from a large river animal, and she had a very big baby, it weighed 11 pounds.

    Apparently, the sons of the squaws on the two hides equalled the son of the squaw on the hippopotamus.

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    ..so astutely observed by python-go-ras

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    Well, of course, he always had an angle.

    We were all concerned when he was bitten by a thnake.

    ( I assume we all see this coming...)

    But he applied his theorum and was fine.

    Gee thath thilly.

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