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In this asinine chicken pun based on the Renaissance, we see the Henaissance, which is just two chickens dressed in Renaissance attire.
While the Renaissance was intellectually based on Humanism, the Henaissance was, of course, based on Chickenism. #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on polka dots, we see a band of dots who are dressed for and playing polka music.
I prefer this pattern to EDM stripes or heavy metal plaid.
In this pun on the missing link and Abraham Lincoln, we see 5 stages of evolution, with monkey in a top hat, to homo erectus in a top hat, to President Lincoln in a top hat, but we are missing phase 4.
Hopeful all the archaeologists in Gettsyburg can find this.
In this pun on connecting on networking site, LinkedIn, we see two people professionally connected on Lincoln - President Abraham Lincoln. It's an easy mistake.
I’ve made this mistake too many times to count. #professionalnetworker
In this pun on semiconductor, we see a symphony conductor standing in front of the orchestra saying he's only going to wave his baton every once in a while - he's only semi a conductor.
Why groan at this when you can ALLEGROan?
In this pun on the fifth HP book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, we see Harry Potter working at a fast food restaurant taking the complicated order of a customer who is also a phoenix.
Still wondering why Harry left Hogwarts 5th year to do that stint at a fast food restaurant
In this pun on the idea that pigeons are the rats of the sky, we see the gym rats of the sky - two pigeons getting swole using fitness equipment.
A great way to burn those calories from that bagel you ate off the street that was twice your body weight!
In this pun on The Godfather and Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, we see Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone but with fairy wings and a wand telling Cinderella he's gonna make her an offer she can't refuse.
There's a lot more murder in this version of Cinderella.
In this pun on the birds and the bees (which people called the sex talk euphemistically), we see a mom with an Encyclopedia Britannica volume B reading facts about birds and bees to her daughter, who sits by uncomfortably.
For context, this is more explicit than my school’s health education curriculum was.
In this pun on inferiority complex Napoleon Complex, we see Napoleon Bonaparte showing off his new apartment complex.
It’s a (French) revolution in housing!