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    Quote Originally Posted by LurchGS View Post
    this is a honey of a thread.

    Sure makes me wax philisophical about the flowery language used here, although a few of the verbal stings give me the hives. But we'll be rolling in clover when it's time to dance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    Sure makes me wax philisophical about the flowery language used here, although a few of the verbal stings give me the hives. But we'll be rolling in clover when it's time to dance!
    I'm just combing the threads & bumbling along here...

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    I wonder if there's a geology board somewhere that's gotten loaded with astronomy puns!
    Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.

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    100% homemade,wholemeal, gluten free play on words .... pun.

    The wicket keeper didn't bat an eye overall.

    (Punish me if you must).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Vaxxine View Post
    The wicket keeper didn't bat an eye overall.
    Good, it sounds painful.
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    Would you characterize the response to that wicket pun as "crickets chirping?" If so, don't let it bug you.

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    I'm turning left right now.

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    stand-up comic: purpundicular humour.

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    A Quote from Martin Brundle, ex F1 racer now commentating on F1 TV ...

    ' He's so bad... he couldn't drive sheep ...'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Vaxxine View Post
    ' He's so bad... he couldn't drive sheep ...'
    Well, they are pretty hard to steer...
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    Ceres

    I always had a feeling that the World Ceres would be shaped like a baseball...
    Last edited by matthewota; 2008-Dec-23 at 04:22 AM.

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    Perforation is a rip off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewota View Post
    I always had a feeling that the World Ceres would be shaped like a baseball...
    I think that's way off base. It just drives me batty, and makes me want to go home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    I think that's way off base. It just drives me batty, and makes me want to go home.
    Somebody mentioned my name? Maybe I should Runner away....

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    Dont you people know that you should never play with a loaded pun? It could go off.

    Blame Terry Pratchet for that one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casus_belli View Post
    Dont you people know that you should never play with a loaded pun? It could go off.

    Blame Terry Pratchet for that one
    Why, did he load it?
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    Absinthe makes the heart go fonder.....


    ...it also gives you a doozy of a hangover. Oh jings, crivens and help ma boab.

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    My optician friend Len's having trouble with his 16 yr old daughter.
    She keeps making a spectacle of herself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Vaxxine View Post
    My optician friend Len's having trouble with his 16 yr old daughter.
    She keeps making a spectacle of herself.
    Tell him to stay focused. It's easy to get caught up in the daily grind, he needs to keep a close eye on her or this problem will be magnified. Remember, kids have a glare filter for dealing with parents, so don't try to give her the old fish-eye.
    "I'm planning to live forever. So far, that's working perfectly." Steven Wright

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    Just contact Len's daughter & tell her not to be so short sighted. You don't want such a microscopic problem to telescope out of control! (though she'll probably have a blind spot so best say it to her ret in her face, try and make her your pupil).

    Wow, these iPuns just keep getting cornea don't they?

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    Have you heard about the latest craze?

    Corduroy pillows!

    They're making headlines everywere.

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    I don't cotton to cloth puns, they try to pull the wool over your eyes by making a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Sew try to be chintzy with them.
    "I'm planning to live forever. So far, that's working perfectly." Steven Wright

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    Agreed, though logically, one would think pillow puns are bedder puns.
    We know time flies, we just can't see its wings.

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    I think you need to give it a rest. Besides, headlines are the first thing one faces every day. Lastly, getting the best pillow quickly puts you ahead of everything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Batty View Post

    Wow, these iPuns just keep getting cornea don't they?
    Ha haaaa... I like that one.

    m'eye suggestion is ... you should put a lid on it or face
    a lashing!

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    ...et ogonblik............don't let the gift horse in the house....

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    Being as its Friday...

    Jest one deer in, is any body paying a tension to the gram her 'round hear?

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    I rarely pay attention. But when I do, I use cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr obvious View Post
    I rarely pay attention. But when I do, I use cash.
    What? Oh, sorry, I should've stopped at the bank on the way home.
    I have a bad actor in my wallet, he's No DeNiro.
    "I'm planning to live forever. So far, that's working perfectly." Steven Wright

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Wilson View Post
    Jest one deer in, is any body paying a tension to the gram her 'round hear?
    Ha haaa

    I type, their four I arm.

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