The people who originally did it tried to figure out a word for a 24 hour period until sunset. Then they just gave up and called it a day.
They gain wait.
Her doctor says it’s because of her short term mammary.
I'd say she is ovary-acting .
Called it a day.
Add the element of surprise.
Because it was the time of knights.
Now that I started listening to full albums, I hardly ever leave the house.
They said she had a mean flow.....
I said that’s impossible, Labor Day is in September!
(New dad of a 3 week old, trying to step into my new role)
I say, Damn! Do they make a pad for that? Without a pause, she says: Depends
Stephen King actually named his son Joe.
Total ovary action.
***Pew***berty, in other words.
But all I can think of are inn-jokes.
That’s because you have low selfie steam.
Then a belt that has a diagram of the solar system must be a waist of space.
She laughed and said, "No, this is an old-fashioned watch! You have to look at it!"
He always wants to practice his chipping.
There are many better things to do for leisure than stare at a computer keyboard all day.
I pulled a mussel.
“thank you for your cervix.”
I haven't looked Bach since!
It gets very hard to pick
Who buys gummy worms hoping they’d taste as close to real worms as possible?
Sadly, no pun in ten did.
The man says to the bartender “1 for me, and 1 for the road”
Every time I ask her to leave she just says “namaste.”
He's currently assembling his cabinet.
The funeral director was asking us what we think Mum should wear in her casket.
Mum always loved to wear sarongs (fabric wraps that go around the torso and drape downward a bit like a long skirt would), so my uncle suggested that she wear a sarong in there.
The funeral director looked a bit confused, as did some of our family members, to which my uncle added:
"What's sarong with that?"
I started laughing like an idiot. He was proud of it too. The funeral director was rather shocked. We assured her, and our more proper relatives, that Mum would've absolutely loved the joke (which is very true).
His delivery was perfect. I'll never forget the risk he took. We sometimes recall the moment as a way help cushion the blows of the grieving process.
--Edit-- I appreciate the condolences. I'm doing well and the worst is behind me and my family. But thanks :)
--Edit-- Massive thanks for all the awards and kind words. And the puns! Love 'em.
Well why would I tell you
..no one even raises an eyebrow.
Doc: Sounds like tacocardia.
Benjamin Franklin was the greatest American President.
"Sorry about her. Her specialty is also roofing."
Blank stares. My talents are so wasted without kids.
Because sin 90 = cot 45.