• Michael Braccia

Puns


I was impressed by the puns on page 7 of the September edition of Writing Magazine (originally from Martin Chilton, Telegraph website). Martin has provided us with a space theme.

How does the Solar System hold up its trousers? With an astroid belt.

What kinds of music do planets sing? Neptunes.

An astronaut broke the law of gravity and earned a suspended sentence.

That was a poor joke about infinity - it didn't have an ending.

Writing Magazine gave us their own offering:

They've opened a bar on the moon - the trouble is it has no atmosphere.

Thank you WM and Telegraph website for those space oddities.

MB

#humour #puns #WritingMagazine

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