Tom Swifties: Puns for the Punster

Tom Swifties are phrases or sentences that end with a pun. Good grief, that explains Word Play- Tom Swiftiesnothing. Best to look at these examples:

  • “This food tastes of Plutonium,” Tom said glowingly.
  • “I’m dying,” Tom croaked.
  • “I’m losing my hair,” Tom Bawled.
  • “My garden needs another layer of mulch,” Tom repeated.
  • “I have a split personality,” said Tom, being frank.
  • “I think I have broken my leg,” Tom said lamely.
  • “I know which herb would to use on these potatoes,” Tom said sagely.
  • “I do not like this Zinfindel,” Tom whined.
  • “I love these hot dogs!” Tom said with relish.

Mirth in a Box sells fun, custom gift boxes and funny gifts. If the thought counts but the fun counts even more, check us out! www.MirthinaBox.com

This entry was posted in Words and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Tom Swifties: Puns for the Punster

  1. Homer Simpson says:

    mmmm… Relish

  2. Gay says:

    “We have no bananas,” Tom said fruitlessly. How you like them apples, Homer?

  3. Owen Kaminoff says:

    The gadget for changing channels is far away said Tom remotely.
    I’ll have some of that alcoholic cider said Tom hard pressed.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *