Category: Comment Threads of Interest

I noticed this item on Amazon yesterday. Being the oddball of the linguistics crowd, I immediately latched onto the wording of “DEWALT DG5101 Small Technician’s Pouch”.  I couldn’t help thinking that it was made with small technicians in mind.  I posed a fake question (you have to scroll down to see the questions):
Question: My installers are hardly what you’d call small. Would this item work with 6’+ guys?
Answers:
1. The pouch is universal fit. It’s comfortable, can carry a variety of basic hand tools; however the clasp or clip that attaches to the belt is pretty weak. So If the overall weight of tools exceeds some workers might find it useless.
2. I think it would
3. I’m 6’3 low voltage tech. Out of all the ones I’ve used this was the best quality. You have to replace the buttons every year or so.
Are these people even reading the question, do they not get the joke about small technicians?  What is wrong with these people?

Swalwell did a good deed today.

It is truly painful to watch the impeachment hearings when Devin Nunes (R-Fresno), a putative dairy farmer, keeps stepping in meadow muffins… Read More ➥

Nothing attracts commenters more than a pun thread

Here are more punny comments by native wits who frequent one of the news sites I read. Read More ➥

Commenters agree: The Earth Sucks

Again we turn to a heavy and massive thread of pun comments under a news item.   Read More ➥

From throwing rocks into the Grand Canyon to Dorothy Parker

A series of comments on a recent news article. Read More ➥

Comment threads of news items can be pretty much echo chambers but every once in a while, someone posts a random comment that leads to a rich variety of punny responses. Witness this brilliant series: Read More ➥

Another bunch of native witz on a comment thread

Funny how the obverse [seeing an atheist sign on a car] is never taken into account – drive around my county in PA and count the number of Christian-message-exhorting signs, billboards, bumper stickers, fish symbols on businesses…you’ll get exhausted soon. Read More ➥

The following comment thread began in comments relating to a post about the hunk of junk Ken Ham calls a replica of Noah’s Ark. Read More ➥

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I lurk on various news and special interest forums. Occasionally the commenters get carried away with cascading puns.  For example: Read More ➥

Found in the comments of a recent article I read: Read More ➥