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With everything that has been written about Bushmiller’s striking minimalism and Nancy’s latent feminism, I’ve been hearing a lot lately that we need to look past Bushmiller’s corniness and love of puns.
I think we should reclaim the love of puns. It’s only through education and being informed that it isn’t cool to laugh at obviously dorky things that we’ve forgotten the joy of childhood.
The joy of “What’s brown and sticky?”

"A STICK" 

-Dorothy Berry

With everything that has been written about Bushmiller’s striking minimalism and Nancy’s latent feminism, I’ve been hearing a lot lately that we need to look past Bushmiller’s corniness and love of puns.

I think we should reclaim the love of puns. It’s only through education and being informed that it isn’t cool to laugh at obviously dorky things that we’ve forgotten the joy of childhood.

The joy of “What’s brown and sticky?”

"A STICK"

-Dorothy Berry
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    you all know how i feel about puns B-) :0)
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