Friday, January 17, 2020

For Lexophiles

I have several friends who are lexophiles. We all enjoy word play and trade examples. As you may know, a lexophile is a person who loves words; an individual who derives pleasure from various use of words; and if the words can be used in humor, so much the better.

  • Frog parking only—all others will be toad.
  • If your car is running, I’m voting for it.
  • What happens if you are scared half-to-death twice?
  • My wife says I never listen to her—or something like that.
  • Is there ever a day when mattresses are not on sale?
  • I visited the Hokey-Pokey Clinic—and turned myself around.
  • This is my step-ladder; I never knew my real ladder.
  • I’d like to grow my own food—do you have any idea where I can find bacon seeds?
  • Did you hear about the man in boxers who led police on a brief chase?
  •    You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish.

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