Sunday Punday July 28, 2013

Justin Hill and Julie Hill were just married and decided to spend their honeymoon in an old beat up castle that belonged to Count Dracula. As they went from the airport to the Count’s Castle they encountered bad weather and poor visibility. Besides they were tired and heavily jetlagged and so Justin and Julie had […]

Sunday Punday July 21, 2013

When Kit Carson wasn’t out exploring, he lived on a small farm. One day, the famous frontiersman decided to surprise his wife with eggs and fish for breakfast. Arising early, he went down to the henhouse and collected some fresh eggs. There were only six. On the way back, he stopped at the pond and […]

Sunday Punday July 14, 2013

Dodge City was a pretty rough town, nevertheless, they had an excellent little theatre group. One time they planned to perform the Swan Lake Ballet. On the day of dress rehearsal, it was discovered that moths had gotten into the tutus. Everything was ruined. The producer placed a call down to the Acme Costume Company […]

Sunday Punday July 7, 2013

Sir Wilber was one of the lesser known knights of the round table, but he was an accomplished furniture maker. His latest creation was a magnificent armoir which he had covered with pure silver plate. When the piece was all polished up, it shined like nothing anyone had ever seen. The medieval hero was not […]

Sunday Punday June 30, 2013

The Acme Hardware Company’s truck flipped over and spilled a big load of tacks onto the highway. By the time the police arrived, there were cars with flat tires everywhere—it was an awful mess! The cops got on their cell phones and tried to find someone to come and clean up the place, but couldn’t […]

Sunday Punday June 23, 2013

A man walks into a doctor’s office and asks the doctor to inspect his leg. The man says, “Here, put your ear to my knee.” The doctor puts his ear to the man’s knee and hears very faintly, “Come on, can I have five bucks, just five bucks?” The doctor steps back in horror, and […]

Sunday Punday June 16, 2013

The Revolutionary War was over and General Washington called the troops together to address them saying: “Men, the country must be kept safe. Accordingly, I am ordering that the active duty regulars are to stand duty from Monday through Friday. On Saturday and Sunday the National Guard and Reserves will worry about our new nations […]

Sunday Punday June 9, 2013

An abbey was in financial difficulties, and to increase its income the brothers decide to open a fish and chips business. One day the abbey door bell rang and one of the brothers went to welcome a customer. When he opened the door the customer said, “Are you the fish fryer?” The brother said, “No, […]

Sunday Punday June 2, 2013

It turns out that the “Old King Cole” of nursery rhyme fame is loosely based on a 14th century ruler. The slightly mad monarch is best known for his decree that the entire fiefdom’s crop of cabbage be diced and drenched in mayonnaise. He called it, of course, Cole’s Law. Bonus Pun: I used to […]

Sunday Punday May 26, 2013

Frog at the Bank A frog is outgrowing his lily pad and decides to make some home improvements. He doesn’t have the money, so he hops to the bank to borrow some. At the bank, he takes a seat at loan officer Patricia Black’s desk and explains his dilemma. “I want to upgrade my lily […]