As Oscar Levant said many years ago, "A pun is the lowest form of wit, especially if you didn't think of it first." In this lively collection you'll find a hilarious abundance of pun-ishment for you millions who can't resist giving a word or phrase a twist... and ammunition for many occasions from movie, TV, and theatre wags; from the wits of Wall
Street and Washington; from the gems of poets and pundits; and from the sugary dregs in the bottom of the barrel of punditry.
For instance: Golf is like taxes. You drive hard to get to the green and wind up in the hole.
Or this one from the "punnery": A monastery in financial trouble decided to go into the fish-and-chips industry to raise revenues. One night a customer knocked on the door and a monk answered. "Are you the fishfriar?" the customer asked. "No," the robed figure replied, "I'm the chipmonk."
The book also contains a PUNdix, a PUNabridged dictionary, and a collection of the best... and worst... jokes in the world!
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