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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
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Ma What Is A Panama Man Called
Adversity Is Not Without Comfort--your Enemy May Be In Harder Luck Than You
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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




What do you think of Windig

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What do you think of Windig?



He reminds me of a river.



What's the answer?



The biggest part of him is his mouth.











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I'll Never Ask Another Woman To Marry Me As Long As I Live
Jack--are You A Suitor For Miss Juliet's Hand
He's A Professional Grafter
Alas For All Their Ecstasy They Knew Not What Was Best: The Young Man Reached The Front Door The Old Man Did The Rest
The Doctor--you Regard Society As Merely A Machine Do You
Can I Sell You A Nice Cheap Trunk To-day
'tis Now The Wily Urchin Mocks The Lynx-eyed Cop Along The Docks And Plunges In The Cooling Tide Arrayed In Naught Else But His Hide
Harold Began His Wife
Why The Bare Idea
Says His Lordship To Thomas Your Rent I Must Raise I'm So Plaguily Pinch'd For The Pelf
Telephone Operators Are Always Bound To Have The Last Word; That's Why Females Are Always Employed In That Capacity
It's All Foolishness To Talk About Any One Getting The Worst Of It In The Matrimonial Game Declared The Big Man With A Silk Hat And A Loud Suit Of Clothes
Mr
A Mechanic His Labor Will Often Discard
We Don't Always Know Just How The Other Half Lives; But In Chicago The Better Half Lives On Her Alimony
I Wish The Hot Weather Would Come Along Sighed The Thermometer
Young Man Don't You Know You Ought To Lay Something By For A Rainy Day
You Ought To Be Very Proud Of Your Wife
I Wonder What The Holes In A Porous Plaster Are For
Yes Said A Landlord Sadly Whose Tenant Had Made A Moonlight Flitting Appearances Are Deceitful; But Disappearances Are Still More So
A Bashful Young Couple Who Were Evidently Very Much In Love Entered A Crowded Street Car In Boston The Other Day
You Treat Me Cried Mrs
The Slats Of The Shutter Of Our Office-window Are In A Dilapidated Condition
What Is Your Idea Of Happiness
Teacher--when Does Suicide Become A Crime