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In this pun on foul ball, we see a chicken playing baseball.
Stay tuned for a run of “Asinine Chicken Puns not deemed good enough for the initial run of Asinine Chicken Puns, which were, by definition, already asinine”
In this pun on crystal ball, we see crystal bawl - which is a crying crystal.
Sometimes it’s nice to have a good cry(stal).
In this pun on the exercise machine The Stair Master, we see the stare master, which is just a guy who is really good at staring.
From my upcoming book: “The Gym? What is that?”
In this pun on ant infestation, we see a little girl being infested by aunts!
Something to be on alert for during these warmer weather months
In this pun on famous artwork American Gothic, we see British Gothic, which is the characters from the initial painting reading British Gothic literature (Frankenstein and Rebecca) in front of a gothic cathedral.
I have never read an British gothic literature, but I imagine this is how I would react to it (look a bit bored while holding a candelabra).
In this pun on time management, we see a manager at work who is, of course, a clock.
Despite the friendly appearance, time management is very difficult.
In this pun on the opening of Vergil's Aeneid (I sing of arms and a man), we see a keyboard player singing a song about arms and a man: "I love appendages with biceps and funny bones and trice[ps/And hey what's the deal with that guy Ron?"
What a strange way to start the Aeneid. (Also I drew this before I met anyone named Ron whose deal I wondered about, so don’t take it personally if you are a Ron seeing this.)
In this pun on stradivarius violin, we see a strativarius, which is a musical violin playing rat.
The brand preferred by most rodent musicians who have a lot of cash to burn
A woman introduces her couple friends to her new boyfriend, who, it turns out, is a voodoo doll. She says, "We were spending so much time together, this next step seemed only right."
For all the folks out there who have unwittingly fallen head over heels for their voodoo dolls.
In this pun on staring daggers, we see two anthropomorphic daggers, eerily staring straight at the viewer.
Definitely one of my more haunting images