Which broadcaster was too horse to read the news? Chevalter Kronkite. He was offered some water, but said ‘neigh‘, even though he knew it would stirrup trouble.
The journalist refused to see a doctor. He didn’t want to reveal ass-sores.
African news channel? Al JaZebra.
Dear Pun Gents, I need a title for a weekly column which would be like a ‘sports cheat sheet’ feature for female readers who have husbands, boyfriends and significant others who are sports fanatics–all with the aim to help women join in the conversation in a fun, quirky way. It would be written from an entertainment/gossip angle so that it appeals to women. It would also help explain sports terms in funny, clever ways. Can you please help? Thank you! ~Kelli, New York City
- The Fandominatrix
- Girls With Balls
- S&M: Sports and Men
- MSM: Men, Sports, Meaning
- The MenZone
- The Jersey Girl [ ie sports jerseys]
- Understand Your Fan
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When Cosmo raised its newsstand price, did they call it Cost mo’?
In the Middle Ages men read A Squire magazine.
How do you test a gangsta’s intelligence? He reads G.Q.
Which mag is obsessed with the personal lives of celebrities? Peephole.
Hear about that hardcore pottery mag, Clayboy? I’d kiln to have one of their models!
Vanity Fare is too expensive.
A spicy read? Thyme.
The periodical dedicated to exploding volcanoes was known as Mad Magma Zine.
This mag chronicled executions? Nooseweek.
” ungulate medicine? Gnusweek.
” bad pornography? Nudesweak.
Which mag is about palpating your own urine? Feelin Stream.