Click the title to see a list of those Wiki pages which have been identified as holding awful puns. Or read any PiersAnthony Xanth novel. Or look at a random page edited by Alex (surname is irreverant)
It's not irrelephant. It's anippopotamus. And don't you go revering anyone of my surname. --[AC]
Actually, it doesn't claim to be irrelevent, or irrelephant even. It claims to be irreverant, which is not a term I have encountered before, but which I presume to be a typo on irreverent? Although of course, such minor details should never bother the true punster. MoonShadow, you learn well... >:> --MJ
Ah, yes, typo. Punnish me inkind sirsobliquemadams. Garbled
Asking for punnishment from me, or when I could be the one doling it out, is probably unwise. I suggest you reconsider... or I shall be forced to pun at you. MuHaHa... --MJ
Kazuhiko has just been told "Last night I dreamt I wrote the Lord of the Rings. When I woke up I realized I had just been Tolkien in my sleep..."
AlanRoberts, when discussing whether trains grew on trees, came out with this: Have you never seen a train tree? Well, where do you think branch lines come from? And the railway wouldn't survive without trunk roots!
This has to be one of the most awful :
Q : "Why can't you eat soup in the Matrix?" A : "Because there is no spoon." Xarak
I'm not sure that's actually a pun, by strict definition. Though it certainly lives up to the 'induces groaning' part... --Vitenka
ST (Requiem): "He hears their confessions and gives out penance." -Stuart: "Here, have a flag." -ST: "No, penance, not pennants." -Stuart: "I give you a town in Cornwall." -Senji: "Not Penzance, either!" -NickTaylor: "Things you wear around your neck?" -ST: "Not pendants" -Stuart: "People who are really awkward about this sort of stuff?" -*ST gives up and dissolves in 50-50 solution of cringes and giggles*