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Thursday, July 26, 2012


     I'm a huge fan of Puns and wordplay. I can't help it, my mind makes those connections, and they amuse me. It's just how I'm wired. It's said that the pun is the lowest form of humor, but Shakespeare used a lot of them, and he's still a little famous.

     Anyway, I'm straying off the subject a little. I love puns, my wife and collaborator is not such a big fan of them. but I come up with stuff so often (she: can we go the good will this afternoon?" I: so you can go good will hunting?") that I find that she is actually anticipating my puns before I say them. I am forcing her to defensively think of puns so as to be prepared for when they hit.

     So, this woman, my wife, who dislikes puns, is thinking of them all the time.

looks like Cobb was right. it can be done. I didn't even have to take a nap to do it, either


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  2. I haven't decided if this is a fantastic post - or if I'm going to smother you with a pillow.

  3. Just because it's related. . .

    "The Whole Point Of . . ."

  4. My brain still hurts from some of the ones you hit me with back in the day. You have my sympathies, Sam.