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.

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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.

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