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Puns tagged ‘the weather’:

07/18/13

When the weather’s sticky in summer I feel glue-me.

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04/10/13

Fruit growers who ignore frost warnings are a bit like fascists. They don’t believe in freeze peach.

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10/10/12

Predicting the wind is a vane pursuit.

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10/25/11

SLY POLAR

Dear Pun Gents, I’m looking for a team name for my daughter’s Polar Bear Plunge team for the Special Olympics. ~Tracy, Sykseville, MD

AS THE PUN GENTS SEE IT:

  1. Bear Bottoms
  2. Hungry Hungry Hypos
  3. Plungevity
  4. Gimme One Freezin’
  5. Snowlympians
  6. Golden Coldies
  7. Froze before Toes
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09/14/11

Green vegetables make me fart. We’re talkin’ kale force winds.

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07/16/11

Never ride your bike by yourself in a coastal region during cycle-alone season.

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06/11/11

Those who shovel snow deserve a plows!

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02/02/11

Best of #Snowmageddon Puns*:

  • CherSnowbyl
  • Apocalypse Snow
  • Snowsama bin Laden
  • snOMG
  • Snowtorious BIG
  • Blizzy Smalls
  • Queen EBlizzardbeth
  • SuperSnowva
  • Snovacaine
  • Snow J
  • Snowlocaust
  • Warning: This Weather Features Graphic Snowdity and Adult SituaFlaketions
  • Help Me, Snowbi Wan!
  • Snow Country for Old Men
  • Great Squall of China

*given recent snow-based hysteria, most of these are NOT Pun Gents Originals

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09/12/10

NED: It’s raining spiders!
ED: Oh no.
NED: It’s a tarantula downpour!

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09/04/10

With Danielle, then Earl, and then Fiona, we see that storms are named according to letters of the alphabet, with alternating genders. They should call them his and hurricanes.

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