Sign Language Is Very Handy.

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


I would sign at you that this is Pun Day, but what would be the point you can’t see me.

Instead I’ll just keep quiet and let you get on with reading this latest selection of word plays.

As always….

Enjoy or endure!!


Sign Language Is Very Handy.



If anyone ever tells you they’ve lost their voice,

They’re lying.

lost voice



I experimented with drugs while I was in university.

I’m now a fully qualified pharmaceutical engineer.

pharmaceutical engineer



The most common surname in China is Chang,

correct me if you think that’s Wong.




I bet the bloke who threw the first boomerang

didn’t see that coming.




All my friends hate using cliche phrases.

Even Steven.




Want to keep the doctor away?

There’s an apple for that.




I’ve just been given two weeks to live.

The wife’s gone away for a fortnight.

two weeks



Eleventeen percent of people

make up words.

make up words



I’ve never been told

I am a bad listener.

bad listener



My football team is sponsored by Apple.

So now there is an ‘I’ in team.

'I' in team



If I had a crystal ball

I’d sit down very carefully

crystal ball



Finally for today,

here’s a bit of advice for you.






Punitive, Punishing, Or Just Punny? – Here Are Some More Puns

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


Another excuse for more bad jokes using the cover of some clever word plays called puns.

Enjoy – if you can.



You didn’t hear about the three big holes in the ground?

Well, well, well.



Even a backward poet writes inverse.



It was raining cats and dogs.

There were poodles all over the road.



When chemists die, we barium.



Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off?

He’s all right now.



I couldn’t quite remember how to throw a boomerang,

but eventually it came back to me.



I used to have a fear of hurdles,

but I got over it.



It’s not that the man did not know how to juggle,

he just didn’t have the balls to do it.



He drove his expensive car into a tree and found out how the Mercedes bends.



Some people’s noses and feet are built backwards:

their feet smell and their noses run.



Then there was the cross-eyed teacher who couldn’t control his pupils.



When a clock is hungry does it go back four seconds?



Have you heard about that online origami store?

It folded.



A prisoner’s favorite punctuation mark is the period.

It marks the end of his sentence.



Pencils could be made with erasers at both ends,

but what would be the point?



Atheists can’t solve exponential equations because they don’t believe in higher powers.



It is tough to do inventories in Afghanistan because of the tally ban.