A form of word play using words with two or more meanings, or the meanings of words with a similar sound, for an intended humorous or rhetorical effect.
A sweet or plain small bread, especially a round roll.
To make persistend demands upon someone for payment.
The star around which the earth and other planets revolve.
Idiom: be stationery - to spend so much time at the office you might as well turn into office supplies
Homophone: stationery - paper and envelopes
Idiom: push the envelope - to go beyond commonly accepted boundaries
Homophone: matter - what physical objects are made of
Two idioms about time.
The fact that the word flies can be a verb and a noun.
The fact that arrows fly straight and bananas are curved.
You are taking all the fun out of this!
In a giant snail farm.
On the ends of giants’ fingers.
On my dinner plate.
Why would I want to find giant snails?
Call the police.
Don't try - just get out of the way!
Take away his credit card.
Really, you're taking all the fun out of this!
No pun in ten did.
They all did!
No pun intended.
Why would anyone do this?
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