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There's a new show on Broadway called "Puns" It's a play on words

Have you ever seen Puns: The Musical? If not, you really should. It's a great play on words.

I wrote a theatrical performance on puns Really, it was just a play on words.

I did a theatrical performance on puns... It was really just a play on words.

There's a new show on Broadway based on the dictionary It's a play on words

I'm writing a musical about puns. It's a play on words.

My school did a performance last year called "The Dictionary" Turns out it was just a play on words.

Did you see the Broadway musical about the dictionary? It's a play on words.

Now that there is a musical about Alexander Hamilton, I'm going to make a Musical about the founding of the Webster's English Dictionary It's going to be a play on words

A pun, a play on words, and a double entendre walk into a bar... No joke.

In high school I was in a theatrical production about puns. It was a play on words.

Did you hear about the stage production called “Dictionary”? It’s a play on words.

Have you seen the new Broadway production about the dictionary? It's a great play on words.

I did a theatrical performance on puns... It was a play on words.

I'll let myself out.

I went to see a theatrical piece about puns last night it was a play on words

Did you hear about the new show, Scrabble on Broadway? It's a play on words.

I went to see a theatrical performance on the history of language Turns out it was just a play on words.

A pun, a play on words, and a limerick walk into a bar. **No joke.**

My school did a theatre show about puns It was a play on words

Did you hear about Dictionary: The Musical? It's a play on words...

I started writing a musical about puns It's going to be a play on words.

I just saw a stage show about puns... It was a play on words.

Did you hear? Broadway is making a theatrical production on puns! It's going to be a *huge* play on words!

I just attended a theatre show about puns It was a play on words.

I once saw a theatrical performance about puns... It was a play on words.

Play on words Me: sorry, my dog ate my homework

Prof: your dog ate your coding assignment?

Me:

Prof:

Me: yeah, it took him a few bytes

I wrote a theatrical production called "Puns" It's a play on words.

A pun, a play on words, and a limerick walk into a bar. No joke. The joke wasn’t there because it was busy parking the car

I wrote a theatrical performance based on puns... It was a play on words.

I want to write a show called "Pun". I'll have the script printed out and taped to the floor of the set. It'll be a play on words.

There was a Broadway performance about puns... But don't get too excited. It was just a play on words.

I'm writing a script for a show called "Pun". Pretty much, it's going to be a big Play on words.

My brother has been writing a stage drama about a dictionary and a thesaurus. I'm really looking forward to it. I love a play on words.

What do you call a theater production based on a dictionary? A play on words

Dramatic performance I once had a dramatic performance on the subject of puns, but then I realized it was just a play on words.

So a pun, a play on words, and an anecdote walk into a bar. No joke.

Did you hear that they're making a Broadway production based off the dictionary? It's a play on words.

I’m excited to take my wife to a new musical about puns It’s basically a play on words

I did a theatrical performance about puns. It was a play on words .

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What do you call a fraudulent play on words? Pun crock.

Did you know that Shakespeare once made a performance about puns? It was a play on words.

I recently attended a Broadway show about Puns... ...it was a play on words.

I went to see a show about puns! But really it was just a play on words.

I wrote a show about puns It’s a play on words

I like to play on words and measure objects. You can say I'm pun to be width.

What’s another name for a Broadway script? A play on words.

I’m going to the theatre for a performance about puns It’s a play on words

A play on words. Macbeth. Words.

A pun ,A play on words and a limirick walk into a bar No Joke

Have you heard the joke about the dictionary stage show? It's a play on words.

My son asked me if I wanted to hear a pun. I said, sure what is it?

He said, it's like a joke, but a play on words.

My 10 y.o: Dad, I've got a pun for you. Me: Ooh, what is it?

My 10 y.o: It's a play on words, but that's not important right now.

Me: ? (beaming with pride)

In my 8th grade english class I wrote a script titled "The Pun" It was a play on words.

Why did the directors of the performance ask for a stage made out of Scrabble tiles? So they could have a play on words.

I once wrote a theoretical performance based entirely on puns. You could call it a play on words.

Did you hear about the musical about a dictionary? It's a play on words.

So I saw a Broadway show about Dictionaries the other night. I guess one could call it a “Play on words”.

I wrote a stage show about puns. It's a play on words.

So apparently Pun was a movie from 1998. Wait, scratch that, it’s actually a play on words.

My asian neighbour asked if he could walk the dog They didn’t come back for a while, I was worried about my dog so I went to his house, dog was on the wok.

Edit: I am not racist nor trying to be disrespectful, just liked the play on words wok and walk :)

I'm producing a musical about the dictionary It's a play on words

I’ve written a theatre production called “Thesaurus.” It’s a play on words

That reminds me of a theatre production based on the dictionary... It's a play on words.

^^^^Original joke from Some Jerk with a Camera.

I once did a theatrical performance about puns... It was a play on words

I was invited to Broadway show called Vocabulary and I had to go. I never pass up a good play on words.

I just finished writing the script for a theatrical production about the making of the first English dictionary I’m calling it A Play On Words

What do you call a theatrical performance about the dictionary? A play on words.

What do you call a school musical about the dictionary? A play on words.

I saw a theatrical performance about puns... It was a play on words.

I once did a theatrical performance on puns... It was a play on words.

If my theater troupe and I perform on stage and use the dictionary as our script... ...is it a play on words?

I’m putting a performance on Broadway... It’s called The Alphabet: A Play On Words.

I recently went to the theatre to see a production about puns Well really it was a play on words

My girlfriend joined broadway for Dictionary! A Musical It was a play on words.

I told a play on words to a southeast Asian fellow, inadvertently offending him It was a punjab.

Once I performed a stage show that was nothing but puns. The critics panned it as merely being a "play on words".

Do you want to go see the new show "Sentences"? It's just a play on words

Last night I did a theatrical performance about puns Really it was just a clever play on words

What do you call a show about a dictionary? A play on words!

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A list of puns

Here's a list of puns I've been collecting:

How do you throw a space party? You planet.

How was Rome split in two? With a pair of Ceasars.

Nope. Unintended.

The shovel was a ground breaking invention, but everyone was blow away by the leaf blower.

A scarecrow says, "This job isn't for everyone, but hay, it's in my jeans."

A Buddhist walks up to a hot dog stand and says "Make me one with everything."

Did you hear about the guy who lost the left side of his body? He's alright now.

What do you call a girl with one leg that's shorter than the other? Ilene.

The broom swept the nation away.

I did a theatrical performance on puns. It was a play on words.

What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back for seconds.

What do you do with a dead chemist? You barium.

I bet the person who created the door knocker won a Nobel prize.

Towels can’t tell jokes. They have a dry sense of humor.

Two birds are sitting on a perch and one says “Do you smell fish?”

Did you hear about the cheese factory that exploded in france? There was nothing but des brie.

Do you know sign language? You should learn it, it’s pretty handy.

What do you call a beautiful pumpkin? GOURDgeous.

Why did one banana spy on the other? Because she was appealing.

What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.

What do you call a cow with two legs? Lean beef.

What do you call a cow with all of its legs? High steaks.

A cross eyed teacher couldn’t control his pupils.

After the accident, the juggler didn’t have the balls to do it.

I used to be afraid of hurdles, but I got over it.

To write with a broken pencil is pointless.

I read a book on anti-gravity. I couldn’t put it down.

I couldn’t remember how to throw a boomerang but it came back to me.

What did the buffalo say to his son? Bison.

What should you do if you’re cold? Stand in the corner. It’s 90 degrees.

How does Moses make coffee? Hebrews it.

The energizer bunny went to jail. He was charged with battery.

What did the alien say to the pitcher of water? Take me to your liter.

What happens when you eat too many spaghettiOs? You have a vowel movement.

The soldier who survived mustard gas and pepper spray was a seasoned veteran.

Sausage puns are the wurst.

What do you call a bear with no teeth? A gummy bear.

How did Darth Vader know what luke was getting him for his birthday? He could sense his presence.

Why shouldn’t you trust atoms? They make up everything.

What’s the difference between a bench, a fish, and a bucket of glue? You can’t tune a bench but you can tuna fish. I bet you got stuck on the bucket of glue part.

What’s it called when you have too many aliens? Extraterrestrials.

Want to hear a pizza joke? Nevermind, it’s too cheesy.

What do you call a fake noodle? An impasta.

What do cows tell each other at bedtime? Dairy tales.

Why can’t you take inventory in Afghanistan? Because of the tally ban.

Why didn’t the lion win the race? Because he was racing a cheetah.

Why did the man dig a hole in his neighbor’s backyard and fill it with water? Because he meant well.

What happens to nitrogen when the sun comes up? It becomes daytrogen.

What’s it called when you put a cow in an elevator? Raising the steaks.

What’s america’s favorite soda? Mini soda.

Why did the tomato turn red? Because it saw the salad dressing.

What kind of car does a sheep drive? A lamborghini, but if that breaks down they drive their SuBAHHru.

What do you call a spanish pig? Porque.

What do you call a line of rabbits marching backwards? A receding hairline.

Why don’t vampires go to barbecues? They don’t like steak.

A cabbage and celery walk into a bar and the cabbage gets served first because he was a head.

How do trees access the internet? They log on.

Why should you never trust a train? They have loco motives.

Some puns

•    How does Moses make tea ?   Hebrews it. 


•    England has no kidney bank, but it does have a Liverpool.

   
•    They told me I had type-A blood, but it was a Typo. 

   
•    I changed my iPod's name to Titanic.  It's syncing now. 

   
•    I know a guy who's addicted to brake fluid, but he says he can stop any time.

   
•    I stayed up all night to see where the sun went, and then it dawned on me. 

   
•    This girl said she recognized me from the vegetarian club, but I'd never met herbivore.  

   
•    I'm reading a book about anti-gravity.   I just can't put it down.

   
•    I did a theatrical performance about puns.   It was a play on words. 

   
•    Why were the Indians here first ?   They had reservations. 

   
•    I didn't like my beard at first.  Then it grew on me. 

   
•    Did you hear about the cross-eyed teacher who lost her job because she couldn't control her pupils ? 

 
•    What do you call a dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary?   A thesaurus. 

   
•    I dropped out of communism class because of lousy Marx.

"Hey, you know where there's a theater around here?"

The man responds "Yeah, just around the corner and a block down. You plan on seeing a performance?"

The blonde answers "Yep, a friend told me about a comedic play called 'Puns', apparently is based around words, whatever that means."

"Wait, what exactly did your friend tell you?"

"That he really likes 'Puns': a funny play on words"

PUNS & BAR JOKES

Why did I invest all of my money into the coin factory?
Because it made cents.

Did you hear about the swiss cheese debate?
The arguments are full of holes.

Did you hear about the flutist who got hit in the face with a banana cream pie?
He is now called the pie'd piper.

So, a pun sprints into a bar, and the bartender says "I'm sorry, we don't serve puns here", so the pun dashes out. The bartender then remarks "Huh, must've been a running joke."

So a pun, a play on words, and an anecdote walk into a bar. No joke.

A British man visits a small American family farm... [Long]

And he's impressed at just how much food the farmer is able to grow on his small plot. "This is most impressive!" he says. "It seems like more than one family could eat, old boy! How do you deal with the excess?"

The farmer, a man of few words, replies: "We eat what we can, and what we can't, we can."

The British man thought this was most clever. When we gets home, he has to tell the story to his best friend, Nigel. "...so I asked the gentleman what he did with the extra food," he says, almost cracking up laughing.

"And Nigel, he said... forgive me, it's just so humorous, such a clever play on words, he said, 'We consume that which we are able, and that which we are not able, we put into tins!"

In 8th grade english class I wrote a script titled "The Pun"

The very first set description in the script said that the stage was to be painted over with random words and phrases.


When I handed in the assignment, my teacher came up to me and asked: "Why is your script titled 'The Pun' and why is the floor covered with phrases?"

"Because my script is a play on words!"

Swordplay on words

A fencer was sparring with his mentor. They had sparred many times before, but today, for some reason, the fencer just wasn't able to land a single hit.

"Ha!" the mentor taunted, "You'll never win if you keep using such obvious attacks!"

The fencer feinted.

A punny list

Here's a list of puns I've been collecting:

How do you throw a space party? You planet.

How was Rome split in two? With a pair of Ceasars.

Nope. Unintended.

The shovel was a ground breaking invention, but everyone was blow away by the leaf blower.

A scarecrow says, "This job isn't for everyone, but hay, it's in my jeans."

A Buddhist walks up to a hot dog stand and says "Make me one with everything."

Did you hear about the guy who lost the left side of his body? He's alright now.

What do you call a girl with one leg that's shorter than the other? Ilene.

The broom swept the nation away.

I did a theatrical performance on puns. It was a play on words.

What does a clock do when it's hungry? It goes back for seconds.

What do you do with a dead chemist? You barium.

I bet the person who created the door knocker won a Nobel prize.

Towels can’t tell jokes. They have a dry sense of humor.

Two birds are sitting on a perch and one says “Do you smell fish?”

Did you hear about the cheese factory that exploded in france? There was nothing but des brie.

Do you know sign language? You should learn it, it’s pretty handy.

What do you call a beautiful pumpkin? GOURDgeous.

Why did one banana spy on the other? Because she was appealing.

What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.

What do you call a cow with two legs? Lean beef.

What do you call a cow with all of its legs? High steaks.

A cross eyed teacher couldn’t control his pupils.

After the accident, the juggler didn’t have the balls to do it.

I used to be afraid of hurdles, but I got over it.

To write with a broken pencil is pointless.

I read a book on anti-gravity. I couldn’t put it down.

I couldn’t remember how to throw a boomerang but it came back to me.

What did the buffalo say to his son? Bison.

What should you do if you’re cold? Stand in the corner. It’s 90 degrees.

How does Moses make coffee? Hebrews it.

The energizer bunny went to jail. He was charged with battery.

What did the alien say to the pitcher of water? Take me to your liter.

What happens when you eat too many spaghettiOs? You have a vowel movement.

The soldier who survived mustard gas and pepper spray was a seasoned veteran.

Sausage puns are the wurst.

What do you call a bear with no teeth? A gummy bear.

How did Darth Vader know what luke was getting him for his birthday? He could sense his presence.

Why shouldn’t you trust atoms? They make up everything.

What’s the difference between a bench, a fish, and a bucket of glue? You can’t tune a bench but you can tuna fish. I bet you got stuck on the bucket of glue part.

What’s it called when you have too many aliens? Extraterrestrials.

Want to hear a pizza joke? Nevermind, it’s too cheesy.

What do you call a fake noodle? An impasta.

What do cows tell each other at bedtime? Dairy tales.

Why can’t you take inventory in Afghanistan? Because of the tally ban.

Why didn’t the lion win the race? Because he was racing a cheetah.

Why did the man dig a hole in his neighbor’s backyard and fill it with water? Because he meant well.

What happens to nitrogen when the sun comes up? It becomes daytrogen.

What’s it called when you put a cow in an elevator? Raising the steaks.

What’s america’s favorite soda? Mini soda.

Why did the tomato turn red? Because it saw the salad dressing.

What kind of car does a sheep drive? A lamborghini, but if that breaks down they drive their SuBAHHru.

What do you call a spanish pig? Porque.

What do you call a line of rabbits marching backwards? A receding hairline.

Why don’t vampires go to barbecues? They don’t like steak.

A cabbage and celery walk into a bar and the cabbage gets served first because he was a head.

How do trees access the internet? They log on.

Why should you never trust a train? They have loco motives.

The Coronavirus has shut down theater

Due to social distancing, the Shakespearean Theater Company had to cancel all of their live shows. Before self-quarantining, they decided to do one last performance of Romeo and Juliet and livestream their production over the internet. In order to reach a wide audience, they advertised there show on dozens of subreddits.

Before the show, they had the costumes, props, and theater disinfected to protect the health of the actors. However, the sanitizing process left the stage dangerously slippery.

Because of the shortage of household supplies, the maintenance team had no paper towels to wipe away the disinfectant, and they almost had to cancel the show. Luckily a stagehand had an idea. He found an old dictionary in the props closet, ripped out its pages, and laid them all down individually to cover the entire stage. This gave the actors just enough traction to safely perform.

The play was steamed tó over 50,000 viewers and went off without a hitch, The next day the producer tracked the stage hand.

"I owe you a debt l of gratitude! Your idea saved the day! I've been reading reviews online and everybody is raving about how much they enjoyed the show!"

The stagehand nodded confidently and said, "I'm not surprised. Redditors love a good play on words."

I once went to theatre for a surprise...

As I sat down with my friend we eagerly awaiting what was promised to be an amazing, thought provoking production, acclaimed to bring us a better understanding of the world around us.

The lights darkened and the curtain rose, on the stage sat a single chair, and a thick book, a man came on stage and picked up the book, sat on the chair and opened the book at the start, and began.

"A, Aardvark..." at this utterence I stormed out my friend following.

My friend muttered apologetically, and I exploded at them "I thought you said this play had puns?"

My friend spluttered and explained "no, I told you, it was a play on words"

As an English and Music major, Steve didn't have much opportunity for high jobs after graduating. So he decided to write a musical.

He figured it'd be a great choice given his music degree. Not wanting to have his other degree go to waste, he decided to base the music on his love for the English language. With all the terrorism, natural disasters, and boneheaded leaders, Steve wanted to bring a little joy into the world and decided to have his music be a comedy. So please go support his and check out Steve's masterpiece, his comedic musical on language, "Pun: A Play on Words."

An English teacher has an assignment for their students.

"Today, you will all be creating a theatrical production of anything we learned this year. Sentence structure, spelling, and grammar are topics you can use" they said. When the final show came around, many of the parents seemed happy, but certainly bored. It was brought up in class the next day, and a student says "I don't get it. What was wrong with it? It was just a play on words!"

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