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It’s a Punderful Life.

Following on from, Pacing, puns and punctuation; the holy trinity and, A thingy by any other name – the joy of euphemisms, my exploration of British comedy continues with an examination of that great comedy institution, the pun. Pun for Your Life! English … Continue reading

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A thingy by any other name – the joy of euphemisms

Following on from my conversations with Paula of sanseilife, I wanted to explore some of the aspects of British humour that make it so……well, British. Calling a Spade, “that thing we keep in the shed for digging with.” A euphemism … Continue reading

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