Pun and Quill

Ravings of an ordered mind.

Wife Tries to Start Serious Conversation When Ad Count is at 5 of 6 (Satire Sunday)

According to sources close to the couple, at approximately 7:11 p.m. Mountain Standard Time, on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, while watching "The Good Doctor" on the ABC app on their Roku, Claire turned to Horace with a simple but loaded,... Continue Reading →



It's difficult to escape. There are a plethora of stories right now, outlining the actions of brave souls who: Speak truth when it's hard Move to action to activate change Most recently, the Oscar buzz highlighted the Time's Up Legal... Continue Reading →

Name that Suicidal Plant

Tell me the name of the plant that grows until it uproots itself and dies. Its stalk looks like a giant asparagus. I know this, because I have eaten asparagus. Here is some more photo evidence: Sad shrub. Hopeless herb.... Continue Reading →

Nor Lose the Common Touch

"If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch..." ~Rudyard Kipling I have long-grappled with educated people that lose the common touch. Often, in the world of higher education, in business,... Continue Reading →

Christmas Memes

Here's my Christmas meme! Share yours, too, and bring in the season with a little laughter!

Monday Before Christmas

For those who celebrate Christmas: how ready are you for December 25th? Post just a percentage below! Me: 75%

Here Lies the Remains of Dr. Redvine, Physician to the Stars

*Backstory of a Red Vine that has been on this plant for days.* The body of celebrity pediatrician Melissa Roger Redvine, PhD, a.k.a. "Dr. Rogy" was found Tuesday morning impelled on a plant. No witnesses have come forward, and the... Continue Reading →


I recently visited the Blur instillation at a local art gallery. The compilation of different mediums was refreshing. The most powerful piece I experienced my first visit was "i will sleep tonight" by Christopher Jagmin. Using old school labels --... Continue Reading →

Satire Sunday

Sarcastic person's reaction to baby announcements timeline: Oh what, your ovaries work? Well, good for you. I'm "happy" that the plumbing is running satisfactory for you. Your success is my success, and all that crap. Great, now I know you... Continue Reading →

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