Doughty Puns

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.

  • Dough unto others as you would have them dough unto you, for it is batter to give than to receive.
  • We don’t knead a pun thread this early on a Monday.
  • Bad bun puns are the yeast of our worries these days.
  • Guess I have to learn how to roll with the punches.
  • You will if you know which side your bread is buttered on.
  • Not a pun, but a half-baked idiom.
  • The proof is in the pudding, after all.
  • No, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
  • You know, you can’t have your pun and eat it too.
  • So much flaky goodness this early on Monday.
  • Doughnut get me started!
  • Didn’t mean for a fuss to be raised.
  • Soda ya want to get me started? Or knot.
  • Wasn’t trying to stir trouble. Sorry for any mix up.
  • Since I like butter I will have to make a note of this in my dairy.
  • It is a much kneaded skill
  • At yeast he saw an opportunity and rose to the occasion.
  • Good thing, too. I find half-baked pun threads so distressing.
  • I went away from the computer for awhile and come back to find a punfest in progress, mostly missing out on it.
  • D’OUGH!
  • It’s never too late to rise to the occasion.
  • I’m just rejoining the fold to toss in a pun or two. Hope it pans out and my effort doesn’t come off as kneady.
  • Just don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
  • Proof it.
  • You should at least be as dead pan as possible when offering an admonishment.
  • I butter hurry up and post this before somebody beats me to it.
  • So sayeth the LARD!
  • The word of Crust!
  • Sikh and Yee shall pheind.
  • Joshy the Feur looked through these hoping to pan most if not all, but they’re too sweet to make a mess of.
  • re-sieve?
  • Now that’s a bit of a…strain. 😛
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