May Old Punsters Never Die IV
Puppyfoot on 01/05/2009
|If you are unfamiliar with American slang, you may have difficulty answering some questions. I ask your forgiveness beforehand for the item about Shakespeare--it's reaching a bit, but I like it so much, I decided to include it. |
The instructions for this quiz are the same as for the previous three, with a little extra clarification. So, at the risk of being "repundant," here they are:
I'm sure most people have heard the following saying: "Old teachers never die--they just lose their class." This quiz is a series of questions using that same format. You will decide how to complete each sentence, choosing the pun that you believe to "fit" the best. (Note: 'Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary' defines "pun" as "a type of joke in which words are used that have a similar sound, but a different meaning.")
I believe I originated each of these, although, when it comes to puns, the likelihood of duplicating someone else's puns always exists. I did my best, however, to exclude anything I have heard or read elsewhere. After all, when you groan, I want to be "respunsible" for it!
Please rate this quiz when you are finished with it. And have fun!
pun. (n.d.). Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary. Retrieved September 01, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pun
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