Continuing today’s slightly-outdated pop songstress puns…
Love “California Grrrs” too! (Though “Roar” off the new album is a little on the nose.)
From the Daily Mail:
Does pawmeranian count as a pun? It’s as close to a tautology as a pun can get, I think.
From a Target ad that aired during the howlidays:
It’s nice that they were inclusive of people who celebrate Pawnnukah and Pawnzaa.
From the Tampa Bay Times (click the link for the full video):
Bonus aural pun, if you watch the video: “Muzzle Tov!”
From the Guardian, in England:
I haven’t read the whole article, but I’m just going to assume there’s a “Facebark” joke in there somewhere.
From the Pedigree’s adoption drive in New Zealand, a website that would be awesome if it worked a little better:
Those heads spin around, fyi, I just screen-capped ’em at an inopportune time.
Commenter Surreal Raven points us to this pretty great shirt from dELiA*s:
R.I.P. Puggie and Shih-Tzupac.
A pretty tight Scott Baio pun from the Dog Whisperer:
I never liked “Snarls in Charge.” I always preferred “Saved by the Bark.”
From Forever 21 — pirate pups, ahoy!
Woof woof woof and a bottle of rum!
From the New York Post, duh.
Mental illness is nothing to joke about. Lots of people suffer every day from melancollie and pawnic attacks.
A British pun from RT News!
I just like how awkward they had to make the syntax to get that pun into their lower third.
(Via Teddy Hilton, obvs)
Hey, I wonder what’s going on down in Fort Woof, Texas?
Can’t wait! My favorite beer is a nice Guinness Snout. But to avoid a hangover, I always make sure to drink plenty of pawter
From the NY Times:
This one isn’t really bad, so much as it is unnecessary. I would have gone with “Snout-of-this-world Tips Fur a Paw-fect Meowl,” personally.
A classy new boutique for classy pups!
Who also apparently like to recycle?
Bonus: “Sniffany & Co.“!
For sale now at Lee’s Art Shop:
That’s a good meow-sage!