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In this pun on Passover Seder, we see a satyr offering people matzah ball soup.
Next year in Ancient Greece
A woman smells a rat and asks, "Is that Axe Body Spray?"
Fantasizing about days of yore when I could masklessly smell rats that soak themselves in body spray.
A rotary telephone tap dances.
I know the more accepted term is "Wire Tapper," but it was too hard to find tap shoes small enough for a wire.
In this pun on the musical number The Cell Block Tango from the play Chicago, a cell tango dances with a block.
I'm not totally sure how this advanced the plot of the musical "Chicago"...
A baby writes out a mathematical proof about the geometry of triangles.
Not sure why this is so important for expectant parents.
A social media feed with chicken news  in this pun on chicken feed.
If you need me, I'll be browsing FaceBokbokbok. #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on Microsoft PowerPoint, people do powerful pointing.
Not sure why work doesn't find my PowerPoints informative
A human scientist talks to a rocket, who is also a scientist. The rocket, however, is not a rocket scientist, but a botanist.
Never assume that any rockets you meet who may be scientists are, in fact, studying the science of rockets.
Three eggs are dressed for theatrical roles: Leggolas (Legolas from Lord of the Rings), Homlette (Hamlet from Shakespeare), and the Yolker (The Joker from Batman).
Casting directors need to give eggs their big break! (Figuratively speaking, of course.)
In this pun on C.S. Lewis' book The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, a Lion and a Witch argue about an Ikea wardrobe.
This whole book is just about arguments at IKEA, right?