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Re: PUN ZONE MARCH IS ON

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

Robin Williams stars as an English roofer who makes people happy in THATCH ADAMS.

Tiff


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Re: PUN ZONE MARCH IS ON

Stan Kegel <kegel@...>
 

Tiffany Wimberly wrote:

A young Chinese girl immigrates to France to become a Can-Can dancer to make money
and send it back to her family in MULAN ROUGE.
Tiff
Aldo Rey and Cliff Robinson star in Norman Mailers classic story
about two bakers in a nudist colony in:
The Naked and The Bread

Gene Hackman chases drug dealers who use MacDonalds to distribute
their products in:
The French-Fries Connection

Lon Chaney Jr. in a classic performance as Lennie, a Chinese cook on a
marine base in:
Of Rice and Men

Paul Scofield is a mollusk farmer who discovers how to make his
product safe to eat in any month in:
A Clam for All Seasons

Stan

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Re: puns in flight

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

Some of you may know I was a flight attendant and alot of people think that it is a
glamorous job and an easy one at that but it wasn't so glamorous and easy and
sometimes it could really TAXIS the brain. Alot of people would talk down to us,
like if anything they said would go LAYOVER our heads. It was a tough job sometimes
but I LAVed it, in fact, you could say I was married to it because I walked "down the
aisle" every day.

Tiff

--
"All The News That's TIFF To Print!"



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Re: More Movies (one XXX feature)

GBenmoshe@...
 

The action movie about Clinton's high school football days, "Good Will
Punting"

A ballet movie about Clinton's refusal to have real sex with his naive intern,
"Not Crack, Her Sweet" , music by the band Chuck Of Ski

A Disney documentary/environmentalist saga on Goofy's best friends, "Fleas
Don't Eat The Daisies".

Sidney Portier solves word games in "Blackboard Jumble".

Mary Shelly's other story, about getting bombed on her Swiss vacation, is
filmed as
"Drank In Stein"

A tribute to the late Shari Lewis in a made for TV movie, "Silence of the
Lambchops".


Guy "2 thumbs up" Ben-Moshe

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test message

The Hallock Entity <c.hallock@...>
 

I sent out three message to PUNY last night and haven't seen any of them in
my IN box this morning so I'm wondering if it's working. My records show
that they went somewhere. There sure are a lot of places that aren't HERE,
aren't there?

GARY (sorry to bother you) HALLOCK

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Re: PUN ZONE MARCH IS ON

Van's Camp <jsvc1@...>
 

You might also remember that I shared with you a used a batch of "movie
review" puns we used last month. It went over so well, I thought I'd ask
the PUNY list for more ideas. Anyone got any more punny film titles to
share?
GARY (Am I jest wasting my time?) HALLOCK
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Kevin Costner embezzles funds from a Government agency to subsidize low income
housing in "ROBBIN' HUD"

Then there's the George Lucas epic about a mythical Himalayan creature trying to
reform his father - "RETURN OF THE YETI"

How about William Shatner's futuristic remake of "The Sting" - "THE CON OF WRATH"?

jvc


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Re: puns in flight

Van's Camp <jsvc1@...>
 

Dear aMIGas:

Since it looks like we're taking off with the airplane puns, I guess I'll have to
take AWAC at it, too. I've become something of an aircraft BUFF over my 18 years
in the Air Force, probably because I C-17 or more jets every day. I'm certainly
not comPLANEing, in fact I thank my lucky JSTARS that I've had the opportunity!

jvc


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Results of practicing was Tiff hits the bigtime!

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

Tiffany Wimberly wrote:


Why would you need to practice? I'd think you'd be pretty good at it by now.

GARY (I'm an ex-spurt) HALLOCK
I knew as soon as I hit the send button that someone would say something about
the practicing remark.
Can we send pictures to the list? I can show everyone the results of my
practicing.

Tiff


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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

The Hallock Entity wrote:

Yes Tiff, you did and it's too late to take it back now. So she goes both
ways eh?
Both ways? I don't think so! You're making me sound like I have a hidden
aGENDER.

Tiff (practicing hetero) Wimberly
================================

Why would you need to practice? I'd think you'd be pretty good at it by now.

GARY (I'm an ex-spurt) HALLOCK
I knew as soon as I hit the send button that someone would say something about
the practicing remark.

Tiff


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Re: PUN ZONE MARCH IS ON

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

The Hallock Entity wrote:

You might also remember that I shared with you a used a batch of "movie
review" puns we used last month. It went over so well, I thought I'd ask
the PUNY list for more ideas. Anyone got any more punny film titles to
share? We're actually planning to make a formal "chain" game out of this
concept soon, so you'd better get used to wit.
I was saving this for the riddle chain but since I haven't seen one in a long time
you can have it if you want it:

A young Chinese girl immigrates to France to become a Can-Can dancer to make money
and send it back to her family in MULAN ROUGE.

Tiff



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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

ertner@...
 

Zombies make honey; others just buzz and sting.
CYNful
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Why do bees buzz?
You'd buzz, too, if someone stole your honey nectar.

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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

CynMacG@... wrote:

In a message dated 3/2/99 2:49:36 PM, parkersan@... writes:

<<Back to back

Belly to belly

And I don't give a damn....>>

The ol' Zombie Jamboree, eh? Reminds me of a pun/riddle I'd been saving for
the riddle list but will use up here since Lars raised the subject:

What do zombies do?
|
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Zombies make honey; others just buzz and sting.

CYNful
Oh, BEEHIVE! (Austin Powers) If you start the bee thing, you know who is
going to COMB and unleash a swarm of puns upon us.

Tiff



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Re: puns in flight

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

CynMacG@... wrote:

In a message dated 3/2/99 2:46:40 PM, wimbo@... writes:

<<If you're not an inCESSNAnt punner in the home she may not have caught it
and
your airplane humor might have STEALTHily gone right over her head.>>

Some puns take WING instantly; others need to be PROPped up. Everyone NOSE,
though, that if you tell your punful TAIL to the right audience, they'll be
very ATTENDANT. It takes skill to CRAFT a story that contains well-placed puns
and makes your audience LAV aloud at them and utter such exclamations as,
"Good GALLEY but that one had me in stitches!"

As for this tale, it's a bit rough at the edges but don't RUNWAY from me just
because we don't see NOSE to NOSE.

CYNful
Some puns can conFUSELAGE of your audience. Sometimes I have to ask dh after a
pun, "Did you JET it?" Usually he gets the BULKhead of them.

Tiff


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Re: puns in flight

Lars Hanson <parkersan@...>
 

SRpunster@... wrote:

To those of us that are married/spoken for, do you not come up with a pun
at
least once a day that baffles everyone in earshot as you explain it
several
times?--Unless maybe it wasn't that good to begin with.

Without notice, my wife has apparently designated specific coat hangers
for
each of our coats...my coat, being the biggest, must be hung on the
largest,
sturdiest hanger. Heaven for bid if I grab the wrong hanger as I did
yesterday...the wife says "Hon, don't put your coat on my hanger, can't
you
see it's bowing?" My reply was "yes, if it was an airport hangar...."
If you're not an inCESSNAnt punner in the home she may not have caught it
and
your airplane humor might have STEALTHily gone right over her head.

Tiff

=================================

Or it could have BOMBed, and then you would have had to pay the PIPER.
The reactions would have cut to the B-ONE, and the results would B-TWO
horrible to contemplate.

In the words of HalLOCK: HEED the falling iron.

On the other hand, it may all just prove to be a MIRAGE.

The possibilities are almost more than a GROAN man can handle....

Aloha,

Lars

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Lars Hanson
parkersan@... <mailto:parkersan@...>
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-----Original Message-----
From: Tiffany Wimberly [mailto:wimbo@...]
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 2:39 PM
To: puny@...
Subject: [puny] Re: puns in flight





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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

Lars Hanson <parkersan@...>
 

The Hallock Entity wrote:

==============================

Yes Tiff, you did and it's too late to take it back now. So she goes both
ways eh?
Both ways? I don't think so! You're making me sound like I have a hidden
aGENDER.

Tiff (practicing hetero) Wimberly

================================

It's SEX of one and half a dozen of the other.....

And SWING is back in nowadays!

Back to back
Belly to belly
And I don't give a damn....


Aloha,

Lars

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Lars Hanson
parkersan@... <mailto:parkersan@...>
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



-----Original Message-----
From: Tiffany Wimberly [mailto:wimbo@...]
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 2:09 PM
To: puny@...
Subject: [puny] Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!


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Re: puns in flight

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

SRpunster@... wrote:

To those of us that are married/spoken for, do you not come up with a pun at
least once a day that baffles everyone in earshot as you explain it several
times?--Unless maybe it wasn't that good to begin with.

Without notice, my wife has apparently designated specific coat hangers for
each of our coats...my coat, being the biggest, must be hung on the largest,
sturdiest hanger. Heaven for bid if I grab the wrong hanger as I did
yesterday...the wife says "Hon, don't put your coat on my hanger, can't you
see it's bowing?" My reply was "yes, if it was an airport hangar...."
If you're not an inCESSNAnt punner in the home she may not have caught it and
your airplane humor might have STEALTHily gone right over her head.

Tiff


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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

The Hallock Entity wrote:

==============================

Yes Tiff, you did and it's too late to take it back now. So she goes both
ways eh?
Both ways? I don't think so! You're making me sound like I have a hidden
aGENDER.

Tiff (practicing hetero) Wimberly



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Re: Tiff hits the bigtime!

Tiffany Wimberly <wimbo@...>
 

Tiffany Wimberly wrote:

ertner@... wrote:

Enhorabueno, Tiff !
Gato
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######### This sounds like Italian for "a good lay"!!
Jim
Either way, I'm taking it as a compliment! LOL!

Tiff
Geez, did I really say that?

Tiff


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Lying through my tease

The Hallock Entity <c.hallock@...>
 

Earlier today I attempted to bait the PUNY gang by offering up some sample
movie plots and titles as inspiration. Included among these were the
following.

Tom Hanks turns Jewish and his girlfriend Meg Ryan arranges for him a
surprise Bar Mitzva in the romantic comedy - YOU'VE GOT MOYLE
Tom Cruise and Paul Newman are pool hustlers deliberately trying to lose a
fortune in cash that has been infected with a deadly virus - THE CHOLERA
MONEY
Being in a rush and not having my fact checker on duty, I naturally
blundered and am now forced to make the following adjustments to these two
gags. If you wish to pass them along, they should be changed to read as
follows:

Tom Hanks turns Jewish and his girlfriend Meg Ryan arranges for him a
surprise bris in the romantic comedy - YOU'VE GOT MOYLE
Tom Cruise and Paul Newman are pool hustlers deliberately trying to lose a
fortune in cash that has been infected with a deadly bacteria - THE CHOLERA
MONEY
As one doctor says to another when he receives a referal, "Thank you for
your patients." - GARY (how stupid do I look?) HALLOCK

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Re: PUN ZONE MARCH IS ON

CynMacG@...
 

In a message dated 3/2/99 4:16:30 PM, wimbo@... writes:

<<I thought I'd ask
the PUNY list for more ideas. Anyone got any more punny film titles to
share? We're actually planning to make a formal "chain" game out of this
concept soon, so you'd better get used to wit.>>
Oy! Count me out. I don't know from movies!

CYNfully ignorant on the subject of film

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