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Whether Tall Men Or Short Men Are Best Or Bold Men Or Modest And Shy Men I Can't Say But This I Protest All The Fair Are In Favor Of Hy-men
Charlemagne Was In Need Of Amusement
Couples Making Love Will Beware Of The Rubber Plant
Ma What Is A Panama Man Called
Adversity Is Not Without Comfort--your Enemy May Be In Harder Luck Than You
Ah
Electricity Is A Great Educator
Yes There Is One Part Of The Dough-nut That Wouldn't Give You Dyspepsia
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What's The Matter Here
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How By The Statesman Insincere Man's Weary Soul Is Vexed
When We First Dined At A Cafe We Feared They'd Drop Their Trays But Later We Learned Somewhat To Our Dismay It Takes--as Scores Of Men Will Say-- A Big Tip To Upset A Waiter
To-morrow Never Comes They Say; But All Such Talk Is Idle Gush For When We Have A Debt To Pay To-morrow Gets There With A Rush
Rowley Powley Pudding And Pie Kissed The Girls And Made Them Cry
He Went On A Lark So His Wife Did Remark And Some Angry Words Too Did She Mutter
He Was A Genial Smiling Man And Fond Of Whisky Plain But When He Joined The Temperance Club He Never Smiled Again
My Dentist Has An Eagle Eye And Vicious Tools He Hacks With He's Clever But I've Come To Think He'd Make A Better Blacksmith
Of All The Saws That I Ever Saw Saw I Never Saw A Saw Saw Like This Saw Saws




Do you think that as a rule people who attend theaters are superstitious

Puns Home









"Do you think that as a rule people who attend theaters are

superstitious?"



"Do I think so? I know it. I have seen people sit for an hour

waiting for a ghost to walk."



"For that matter the actors themselves often wait longer than

that."











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Yeast--did You Ever Try To Dye Eggs
A Lady Noticed A Boy Sprinkling Salt On The Sidewalk To Take Off The Ice And Remarked To A Friend Pointing To The Salt: Now That's True Benevolence
Tommy Said Mamma Tearfully It Gives Me As Much Pain As It Does You To Punish You
I Wish The Hot Weather Would Come Along Sighed The Thermometer
Scene--cabstand
You Know Fatty Schultz The Butcher
A Queen Was She--the Beautiful Maid-- Beauty Or Wealth She Did Not Lack-- But The Game Was Euchre That Cupid Played And The Queen Was Won By A Jack
You Shouldn't Drink Your Whiskey Without Water
And Did You Never Kiss A Girl Under The Mistletoe
I Wonder What The Holes In A Porous Plaster Are For
Fannie--why Do People Always Apply The Name Of She To A City
Bess--may Wears The Worst Clothes When She Is Riding Horseback
Cityman--do They Keep A Servant Girl
I Cannot Play Second Fiddle To Any One
Mistress (to Cook Who Has Fallen Down Stairs)--i Hope That You Did Not Hurt Yourself Mary
Haven't I Told You Before He Cried To Sing Out The Names Of Stations Clearly And Distinctly
There Appears To Be No Affinity Between The Prestidigitator And The Theatrical Manager Yet They Both Make Passes
Is The Proprietor In
I See Villainy In Your Face Said A Judge To A Prisoner
Greene--these Wakes Of Yours Are Pretty Boisterous Affairs Sometimes
What Is Your Idea Of Happiness
An Emblem Of Tenuity We Witness Every Day; Behold The Corset-and You'll See The Whale-bone Comes To Stay
With Cards And Dice And Dress And Friends My Savings Are Complete; I Light The Candle At Both Ends And Thus Make Both Ends Meet
I'll Pass The Butter Said He While Trying To Pass The Browsing Goat
I Want To Get A Head Of Cabbage Said The Man Who Had Been Sent To Market