Free Style word Game: Puns, Rhymes, etc.

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  1. SuperjazzyJa

    SuperjazzyJa 18 Wheel Member Subscriber

    Whether we're prepared or not, we must weather every storm and wearing leather would be the norm. Just ask Norm when he's in a storm. He stays true to form as he makes his way back to his college dorm.
     
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    When someone picked up a cake that Lucy baked specially for Mr. Green, she said, " Hey that's for Lorne!"
     
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    A big moron and a little moron were walking a high wire - the big moron slipped and fell off but the little moron crossed successfully because he was a little more on.
    ~groan~
     
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  4. SuperjazzyJa

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    Danny and the Jrs had quite a hit with rabbits and kangaroos when they played "At the Hop".
     
  5. SuperjazzyJa

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    Is a dim sum the collective IQs of people who are not very bright?
     
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    An elephant can have fleas, but a flea can't have elephants.
     
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  7. SuperjazzyJa

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    Did you see the moose eating chocolate mousse?
     
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    My router bit the dust, it was a bit stressful.
     
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    There's a moose loose aboot this hoose!
     
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  10. SuperjazzyJa

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    I guess you got it replaced if here, hear?

    Glad you're back!
     
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    One of my favorites.

    Groucho Marx:

    "One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know."
     
  12. SuperjazzyJa

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    Have no fear! Superdeer is here!
     
  13. HarmanKardon

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    Axes did not destroy the router, it just passed away - and unfortunately I also lost my access data.
     
  14. SuperjazzyJa

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    Sorry to hear that. I hope you can recover your data somehow.
     
  15. bobsvinyl

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    Date a computer expert and she can help you recover your data.
     
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  16. SuperjazzyJa

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    Is it possible to data computer?
     
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    Two phone calls with the telephone company helped me to overcome the issue.
     
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  18. SuperjazzyJa

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    I suppose an aardvark thinks of its food as sustain ants.
     
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    They made yet another movie about a giant gorilla. What's Kong with these people?
     
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  20. SuperjazzyJa

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    "Them" is a silly old movie about gi-ants.

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