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15th Jan '17 5:19:52 AM Doug86
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* Jim Norton of ''The OpieAndAnthony Show'' will sometimes adopt the persona of Lyle "Chip" Chipperson, a nebbish with a penchant for really awful puns. (Tssf, how 'bout a ''pencil-chant'' or somethin'?)

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* Jim Norton of ''The OpieAndAnthony Radio/OpieAndAnthony Show'' will sometimes adopt the persona of Lyle "Chip" Chipperson, a nebbish with a penchant for really awful puns. (Tssf, how 'bout a ''pencil-chant'' or somethin'?)
8th Jan '17 1:15:02 PM mariovsonic999
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* Teddie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' isn't ''quite'' as bad as Ikutsuki, but still quite un-bear-able.

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* Teddie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' isn't ''quite'' as bad as Ikutsuki, but still quite un-bear-able. So bad that not even [[TheHyena Yukiko]] think it's funny.
31st Dec '16 3:18:58 AM Geoduck
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'''''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnXwrxQsvhY OR I'LL O-RANGE A RAINBOW ON YOUR PARADE!"]]'''
-->-- '''Punsie [=McKale=]''', ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'', "Pun Times (with Punsie [=McKale=])"

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'''''[[http://www.'''''OR I'LL O-RANGE A RAINBOW ON YOUR PARADE!"'''
-->-- '''[[http://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=CnXwrxQsvhY OR I'LL O-RANGE A RAINBOW ON YOUR PARADE!"]]'''
-->-- '''Punsie [=McKale=]''',
Punsie McKale]]''', ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'', "Pun Times (with Punsie [=McKale=])"
29th Dec '16 10:39:30 AM dsneybuf
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* Creator/JoshKeaton frequently shares puns.
26th Dec '16 11:40:48 AM Xtifr
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* Lee Mack's character in British SitCom ''NotGoingOut'', to the point where he is made to go and see a psychiatrist (his friends wonder if he's [[SadClown covering up for something]]).

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* Lee Mack's character in British SitCom ''NotGoingOut'', ''Series/NotGoingOut'', to the point where he is made to go and see a psychiatrist (his friends wonder if he's [[SadClown covering up for something]]).
22nd Dec '16 1:02:48 AM Spindriver
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-->"One at a time! We do not want any fowl play now!"
-->[[spoiler: "It seems that a fowl crime has occurred!"]]

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-->"One at a time! We do not want any fowl play now!"
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now!"\\
[[spoiler:
"It seems that a fowl crime has occurred!"]]



** Jacen Solo, during the "Young Jedi Knights" series. He gets better afterward. [[spoiler: Or rather, ''[[FaceHeelTurn worse]].'']]
*** The ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce''-series made good use of this. In the final book of the series, where Jacen had completed his FaceHeelTurn, called himself Darth Caedus and was the unquestionable BigBad, every chapter started with a horrible pun, quoted from Jacen, age 14-16.

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** Jacen Solo, during the "Young Jedi Knights" series. He gets better afterward. [[spoiler: Or rather, ''[[FaceHeelTurn worse]].'']]
***
'' The ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce''-series made ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce'' series makes good use of this. In this; in the final book of the series, book, where Jacen had has completed his FaceHeelTurn, FaceHeelTurn and called himself Darth Caedus Caedus, and was is the unquestionable BigBad, every chapter started starts with a horrible pun, quoted from Jacen, age 14-16.



* Almost all of the characters in Spider Robinson's ''Literature/CallahansCrosstimeSaloon'' stories.
** ''Callahan's Lady'' in particular tends to feature puns in a more serious way. And not so seriously. It's a grand mix.
* Creator/TerryPratchett seemingly couldn't write a paragraph without some kind of pune, or play on words... ''to an extent.'' Both ''The Discworld Companion'' and the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' explicitly distinguish between the sort of wordplay Pratchett enjoyed and what the RPG calls "grinding, humourless punning", and note that there are fewer actual ''puns'' in the book than you might think. When a character does make a pun, the humour usually comes from other characters not finding it funny.

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* Almost all of the characters in Spider Robinson's ''Literature/CallahansCrosstimeSaloon'' stories.
**
stories. ''Callahan's Lady'' in particular tends to feature puns in a more serious way. And not so seriously. It's a grand mix.
* Creator/TerryPratchett seemingly couldn't write a paragraph without some kind of pune, or play on words... ''to an extent.'' Both ''The Discworld Companion'' and the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' explicitly distinguish between the sort of wordplay Pratchett enjoyed and what the RPG calls "grinding, humourless punning", and note that there are fewer actual ''puns'' in the book books than you might think. When a character does make a pun, the humour usually comes from other characters not ''not finding it funny.''
22nd Dec '16 12:56:19 AM Spindriver
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* Creator/TerryPratchett cannot write a paragraph without some kind of pune, or play on words.
** To an extent; both ''The Discworld Companion'' and ''TabletopGame/GURPSDiscworld'' distinguish between the sort of wordplay Pratchett enjoys and what the GURPS book calls "grinding, humourless punning", and say that there are fewer actual ''puns'' in the book than you'd expect -- when a character does make a pun, the humour usually comes from other characters not finding it funny.

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* Creator/TerryPratchett cannot seemingly couldn't write a paragraph without some kind of pune, or play on words.
** To
words... ''to an extent; both extent.'' Both ''The Discworld Companion'' and ''TabletopGame/GURPSDiscworld'' the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' explicitly distinguish between the sort of wordplay Pratchett enjoys enjoyed and what the GURPS book RPG calls "grinding, humourless punning", and say note that there are fewer actual ''puns'' in the book than you'd expect -- when you might think. When a character does make a pun, the humour usually comes from other characters not finding it funny.
1st Dec '16 2:53:01 AM laserpen
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* Psycho Gecko of Literature/WorldDominationInRetrospect keeps the puns flying thick and fast, frequently to the annoyance of those conversing with him.
25th Nov '16 2:46:38 AM 59Efra
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Anthony Bleecker (1770-1827), lawyer, author, and co-founder of the New-York Historical Society, was by all accounts a notorious punster.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: OlderThanRadio: Anthony Bleecker (1770-1827), lawyer, author, and co-founder of the New-York Historical Society, was by all accounts a notorious punster.
25th Nov '16 2:44:35 AM 59Efra
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* The Spanish news anchor Matías Prats loves puns way too much. He has been seen more than once (at least OncePerEpisode) making puns out of extremely unfunny news, such as a woman electrocuting her husband (stay tuned for more shocking news) or a member of the Spanish Royal Family [[TooDumbToLive accidentally shooting himself]] (you could say that [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic his hopes to be king one day backfired]]).

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* The Spanish news anchor Matías Prats loves puns way too much. He has been seen more than once (at least OncePerEpisode) making puns out of extremely unfunny news, such as a woman electrocuting her husband (stay tuned for more shocking news) or a member of the Spanish Royal Family [[TooDumbToLive accidentally shooting himself]] (you could say that [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic [[LiteralMetaphor his hopes to be king one day backfired]]).
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