View Poll Results: The one who best PUN_ED
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...knows about forms and lists; comments in classes are good; and remember you should always agree with the head.
He thought that going from teaching to EDiting was easy... but found that now is Teach-Ed time
With regular meditation, and lots of writing practice, he'll be contentEd.
He should look at the web side of life, lest he never be content!
...knows that girls will hike up their skirts to get markup. He has a lot of the elements and attributes needed already.
Ed learned how to use WordPress, so he would not need to learn HTML. Thus he became a contented content writer.
He went from a blackboard to BlackBoard, but he did such a bad job that they called him Special Ed.
Out with the blackboard, in with the keyboard.
Thread: [CONTEST] PUN more time...
Mar 15, 2013, 15:20 #1
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[CONTEST] PUN more time...
"People may claim to hate puns, but most true word lovers have groaned to love them" - Jay Heinrichs.
Due to the success of our initial PUNtest, we want to challenge you again.
Apply your best paronomasia skills to win Sitepoint prizes!!
We want to see your best effort, manipulating the English language, to fabricate puns.
Here is an example:
Phil wanted to become a Hot Air Balloon Pilot
On his resume, Phil's description of his experience is HIGHLY INFLATEDPhil's friends say he always has his head in the clouds
- Reply to this thread with a post that is a pun on the Phrase provided
- Please NO REPLIES to comment on the thread
- Keep your response to one or two sentences only
- After collecting a list of "groaners" we will post a poll put it to a vote
- The author of the puniest response will have a choice of Sitepoint e-books
Here is the phrase you must use:
Ed was a teacher who knows nothing about websites. He wants to be a content writer. How should he begin?
*Sorry, English only.