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In this pun on making a mean tuna melt - a classic sandwich that I wish wasn't so unhealthy - we see a person seducing a tuna fish who, we learn, is generally quite mean but who is currently swooning.
Nothing like seducing a rude fish! #quarantinehobbies
In this pun on baseball term "fowl ball," we see a fowl ball - i.e. a social dance ala Pride and Prejudice where all the dancers are chickens.
Forget baseball, I want to watch chickens social dance. #asininechickenpuns
In this pun on fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk, we see Jack and the Beanstalker. Jack sits on a bench reading a book "So... you think a legume is following you" as a kidney bean who is clearly stalking him watches through binoculars.
I personally don’t mind it when kidney beans become obsessed with me.
In this pun on the Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo, we see the count of Monte Cristos - a deli guy counting out five plates of monte cristo sandwiches.
A thrilling tale of hope, justice, vengeance, and clogged arteries
In this pun on New York country destination the Catskills, we see some cat skills (skills that a particular cat has): performing magic, ribbon dancing, baking, basketball, reciting the first 100 digits of pi, sleeping 20 hours a day.
Next time someone tells you they love the Catskills, it is probably just a humble brag that their cat is good at close-up magic.
In this pun on William Faulkner's novel "As I Lay Dying," we see a scene from "As I Lie, Dying," a woman lying, "My hair is naturally blonde!" as she gets her hair dyed.
Scenes from Faulkner’s first draft, before he learned the difference between “lay” and “lie”
In this pun on cast your ballot, we see a ballot trying to get cast in a film by auditioning in front of a panel of industry insiders. The ballot will be performing the song "I have confidence," from the Sound of Music.
Rather than giving my ballot a starring role in a middle school production of “Fiddler on the Roof Junior,” I’ll opt to just feed it into the scantron machine and let it do big things from there.
In this pun on "yes you can," we see a giant can of Campbell's chicken soup asking a gal to dance. The can says, "May I have this dance?" The gal says, "Yes, you can!"
How most of my conversations with cans go
In this pun on "I tip my hat to you," we see a coffee shop customer tipping her server by leaving a sunhat in the tip jar. The server says, "That's not particularly helpful."
Useful advice: Only leave your hat in a tip jar if it is full of money or if it can be sold on eBay for thousands of dollars.
In this pun on psychiatrist, we see a psychia-tryst, a romantic tryst between two Freudian analysts. One says, "I love you, but I worry it's because you remind me of my mother." The other says, "Let's unpack that after we unpack our picnic!"
I assume each romantic rendezvous includes this exact conversation.