THE WONDERFUL THING ABOUT TIGGERS ...




. . . is Tiggers don't tell any puns? 😁 If my brother "T" was any fictional character, he'd definitely be Tigger. But whereas Tigger cracks us up with spoonerisms, "T" both entertains and tortures us with his puns. It's a good thing he isn't evil, or he'd probably end up as a James Bond villain. His wife thinks he's funny, but their daughters (ages five and three) tell him to stop. 😆 After "T's" latest pun in our sibling Facebook Messenger thread—which, as usual, drew a bunch of 🤦🏻‍♂️ emojis from my other brother, "Z"—I started wondering what the deal is with puns. Why do they get such a bad rap? We seem to think they're clever in, say, Shakespeare. So why do we both laugh and groan at them now? So I did what any self-respecting Millennial would do. I Googled it. And I found this entertaining article. (I lost it when I got to "(help)." Oh, gracious. 🤣) Happy Friday! Write on, Candice P.S. Have you checked out my brand-new book yet? What do you think I should write next? Let me know in the comments. (Thanks to Rian Adi for sharing their work on Unsplash.)

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