Primarily a site with puns, punny cartoons, and a forum on puns. Also includes links, webrings and some wordplay. Accepts submissions.
Material supplied by biology students.
Also includes a punny chemistry test for the reader to fill in the blanks.
Wide-ranging list of puns and wordplay, many of which are rhetorical in nature. Gladly accepts submissions from viewers.
Dan Worona's contribution to losing weight and humor in general.
A series of questions resulting in punny answers.
Wordplay from a competition wherein competitors change one letter in a familiar non-English phrase and redefine it.
Paradoxes in Shakespeare's play with annotated index.
Wordplay on Dick Whittington's cat, psychics, Beethoven, and witch doctors.
Designed perhaps best for the mathematician.
Artistic punny drawings by Robert Paschell: "Graze Anatomy", "Mooed Ring", "Cafe Ole" and others.
A test requiring using the imagination. Requests submissions.
Wordplay from physics students.
Musically-oriented wordplay with modestly sexual overtones.
Archive of puns in categories such as food, transportation, families, education, and work. Plus a one-liner pun every week day.
Designed to help teachers of English as a Second Language. Also covers misuse of English. Requests submissions.
A searchable database of puns collected from the internet.
Involves taking a test about 100+ corruptions of phrases. Submissions are accepted.
For those that appreciate the most unappreciated form of word-flay. Forums for letting the puns fly.
Stories covering math, Norwegians and frogs, to name a few.
Although designed primarily to be instructional, these puns can also be appreciated by all.
Thanks to DMOZ, which built a great web directory for nearly two decades and freely shared it with the web. About us