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Photographs a a smiley wood log on its travels -- at the Hollywood sign, in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, on the Brooklyn Bridge, with the statues on Easter Island, at the gates in Japan, and at the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Yes, the pandemic prevented people from traveling, but, luckily for all the logs with #wanderlust, COVID doesn't impact wood.
In this pun on bed sore, a bed with wings soars in the sky.
One of nature's miracles!
In this pun on gender reveal parties, a person stands in front of a party table, and a goose pops out of a box. She proclaims, "It's... a goose!"
To be clear, this is also a bad idea.
Three owls read punny book titles for summer reading - "Eat Prey Love" (Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love), "Who Hoo the Bell Tolls" (For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway), and "How to CATCH 22 Mice per night" (Catch 22 by Joseph Heller)
Hoo's ready for summer reading?
In this pun on x-rays, psychic reads into a crystal ball across from a customer. She says "I'm seeing... an R? A former lover whose name started with R? He still is loading the dishwasher wrong."
Definitely worth the $30
A baby sits in a shower. in this pun on "Baby Shower."
It's best to welcome a new baby by giving them an opportunity to clean off.
The Da Vinci Building Code is a pun on the Dan Brown novel. Professor Langdon points at a painting of the Vitruvian Man and exclaims, "Aha! His arms must be pointing to where the wiring needs to go!"
You get approval for any new construction only if Mona Lisa smiles.
Some cardboard boxes work in an office.
Shockingly, some prefer this to box work-from-home.
In this pun on cow tipping, a cow tips a barista at a coffee shop.
Tip servers, not cows (unless they are also servers, in which case you should)
In this pun on rocket science, we see three Rockettes, can-can dancing in lab coats while holding beakers.
They get a kick out of science!