What kind of pun is created for the hard of hearing? Who knows? I sure don’t. However, here is a selection copied from some random web page.
An author who I follow sends out a monthly newsletter. Recently he asked the question of why flatware sets include two sizes of forks. I answered him by mentioning that there were specialized silverware items that make it easier to eat certain foods, such as eating steak with a fish fork. Likewise trying to dig morsels of meat out of shrimp, crab, and snail shells is darn near impossible if you’re using a steak fork? And trying to stir your coffee with a soup spoon or slurping soup with a teaspoon?
Today I was reading news articles on my iPad. I noticed that over the past week, every now and then there’s an article where the author appears to be paid by the word, based on the totally superfluous garbage used to set the scene, as if they were writing a play.
I remember ages ago I was at my cousin’s watching football with a few of his friends.
At one point I went to the kitchen, which was next to the front door, to get a beer refill when there was a knock on the door. Since I was right there, I answered it, only to find some Elmer Gantry-looking chap.