GOODBYE, MY HART

Dear Pungents, my uncle, Pembroke Hart, recently passed and I will be saying a few words at his service. He loved puns and I want to end my speech with one in his honour. He was a geologist and amateur star gazer. He was loved by many and had a kind heart. Can you help me? I think Hart and heart are definitely in the pun. Thanks! ~Laura, Annandale, Virginia

AS THE PUN GENTS SEE IT:

1) He was a geologist. Underneath the many layers is how you get to a man’s Hart, after all.
2) I’m left Hart-broken.
3) He was all heart. And a Hart act to follow.
4) He loved puns. Harty Harty Har.
5) He also loved to stare at the heavens through his telescope, as the stars illuminated the sky. I guess you’d say he had a light Hart.

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SON OF A PITCH

Dear Pungents, I need a name for my dental school softball team; something more catchy than Dent-in Your Face and Cavity Search–which is what we used last year. Thanks for the help! ~Jack, Philadelphia, PA

AS THE PUN GENTS SEE IT:

1. Wins and Flosses
2. Who Caries?
3. The Bat Dentists
4. The Bucky Dents
5. The Plaque Socks

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SHINY HAPPY PATHOGENS

Dear Pungents, I’m working on a science experiment having to do with temperature and its effects on luminescent bacteria. We need a catchy name for the title. Thanks a bunch. ~Jamie, Hillsboro, Kansas

AS THE PUN GENTS SEE IT:

1) Shiny Happy Photobacterium
2) Lightening Rhodococcus of Controversy
3) Glow in the Dokdonella
4) The Battle of Thermophile

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