Day 57 of quarantine. We re doing fine so far, but this all feels like a Moray becoming a knight of the realm.
Pretty Sir Eel here.
When an eel bites your hand, And that's not what you planned, That's a moray.
When our habits are strange, And our customs deranged, That's our mores.
When your horse munches straw, And the bales total four, That's some more hay.
When Othello's poor wife Becomes stabbed with a knife, That's a Moor, eh?
When a Japanese knight Uses his sword in a fight, That's Samurai.
When your sheep go to graze In a damp marshy place, That's a moor, eh?
When your boat comes home fine And you tie up her line, That's a moor, eh?
When you ace your last tests Like you did all the rest, That's some more "A"s!
In New Zealand you see An aborigine, That's a Maori.
Alley Oop's homeland has A space gun with pizzazz, That's a Moo Ray.
A comedian ham, With the name Amsterdam, That's a Morey.
When your chocolate graham, Is so full and so crammed, That s'more, eh.
When you've had quite enough, Of this dumb rhyming stuff, That's "No more!", eh?
That's a moray
...that’s a moray.
That's a moray.
tl;dr explain every single pun you make or else it gets removed.
For the sake of cleaning up a lot of my mod queue, whenever you make a post, explain it. There's been more and more rule 6 reports as of late, so this should help clear up a lot of that. This rule change is to lessen confusion and simultaneously help us clear out the reposters who are too lazy to even read the sidebar before posting. formerly rule 6 was:
Post must be a pun and must be explained in the comments. If your post or image isn't self-explanatory, you must comment on it with enough information for readers to get the joke.
We are now changing it to:
Post must be a pun and must be explained. No exceptions! You must explain your pun somewhere in the text or in the comment section.
###IF YOU DO NOT EXPLAIN YOUR PUN, IT WILL BE REMOVED!
(I sang this to my kids when they were young.)
(They're in their 20s now, which I consider young.)
That's a Moray
I'm playing an eel in an upcoming musical, and I want to impress my castmates with some electrifying eel puns.
Examples: •"I just don't feel that spark between us anymore" •"When you're down by the sea and an eel bites your knee, that's a Moray" •"It's quite shocking, I know"
"That's a Moray!" (Say it out loud)
"That's a moray."
Most people don't understand what that means at first. But as my kids say:
"When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie, dad's a moray."
And something bites your feet, that's a Moray.
The American says, "hey, what kind of eel is that?". The Italian replies, "that's a moray".
Her pointing to a Moray: "What's that" Me: "That's amore"
She was cracking up
The theme was fish/ocean related things. We passed around the usual "reel-y" and "shore you will" jokes until, in his words, I dropped the A-bomb of fish jokes.
Me: Do you know why fish swim in schools instead of churches?
Me: Because fish are like, "Ick- theology."
My brother then stood up and left the room for five minutes. When he came back...
Brother: You're a monster.
Me: Nah, I'm just moray eel-y corrupt.
"You'll feel eel at ease"
As we approached one of the tanks, I started singing "When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie... That's a moray" points at large moray eel
I work as a photographer at reasonably popular tourist spot, and over the Easter weekend we're all wearing bunny ears. A family came in: The Dad: "Mate you've got something on your head!" Me: Nah, that's just my hare (MFW)
Blank looks from the rest of the family, but their dad appreciated it.
that's a moray.
That's a moray!
That's a moray.
That's a Moray
...that's a Moray