It seems that no one thought it funny yesterday that a guy inadvertently but in effect posted that his mother was an owl.
"Every time I see an owl, it reminds me of my mom." You seriously don't see a twist there? You don't see that one could legitimately glean that his mother was an owl?
I am rather flabbergasted, but, of course, humour is a funny thing (pun intended).
Speaking of puns, here a few of my recent ones on uknowwhere. I do skip a lot that I see, but these two made the grade.
The Missing is a British anthology drama television series written by brothers Harry and Jack Williams. It was first broadcast in the UK on BBC One on 28 October 2014, and in the United States on Starz on 15 November 2014. The Missing is an international co-production between the BBC and Starz. The first eight-part series, about the search for a missing boy in France, was directed by Tom Shankland. It stars Tchéky Karyo as Julien Baptiste, the French detective who leads the case, with James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor as the boy's parents.The second eight-part series, about a missing girl in Germany, was directed by Ben Chanan. It was broadcast in the UK, on BBC One, from 12 October 2016 and in the United States, on Starz, on 12 February 2017. Tchéky Karyo returns as Julien Baptiste, with David Morrissey and Keeley Hawes as the girl's parents.Both series received positive reviews, with critics praising the cast, especially Tchéky Karyo's performance, and the storytelling. In February 2019, a spin-off series titled Baptiste was broadcast on BBC One, again starring Karyo and written by Jack and Harry Williams.