And Punnery rhymes with Nunnery and you know that that means? Get thee to a Brothel.
Is "nunnery" a euphemism for a brothel in Hamlet?
"It is true that "nunnery" had two very different meanings in Tudor England. Modern dictionaries only list one definition of the word, which is, of course, a convent. However, if you look up "nunnery" in a dictionary of archaic words and uses, you will see that "nunnery" did mean both a convent and a brothel in Shakespeare's day. Its meaning as a "brothel" was colloquial, though, even in Tudor England."
I read that as a kid he used to play in the sand with former Duke commit Carrick Felix.
I'm in a catatonic state after reading all of those.
I'm hearing whiskers that he might red shirt.
Hmm... An oddly curious thread.
Arggh. Mff. Ack. <thud>
Well, that's that. Gratifying.
All this puns are beginning to rub me the wrong way. They've gone to fur.
This thread is littered with posters thinking outside the box.
"An angry man catches no fish"-Zen proverb.
If this guy gets a Duke offer, he'll be sitting in the catbird seat ....
I want him to commit to Duke right meow.
This thread is a catastrophe. Fur real though, you have to be kitten me.
Too bad Kelvin Sampson isn't still around, I am sure he would love to make some cat calls...
In a potentially catastrophic turn of events, wildcat coach calico-pari appears to be sticking a sticky (stinky?) paw into this recruiting catcophony to burgle Mr. Barber. With his ubiquitous "cat-who-ate-the-canary" grin, he played his familiar cat-and-mouse game with the press, refusing to categorically deny his interest, claiming that uk is in the catbird seat: "with us recruiting is just a cat-tle call, the top 100 show up and NBA scouts tell me which ones they want me to play." When asked if Mr Barber would play immediately, coach cal replied: "we'll hand him the keys the moment he signs ..., of course, EVERY recruit gets keys to a new Jaguar when they sign."
Can cal cat-nap Mr Barber?
Roy Williams is doing some negative recruiting, told Cat our coeds were a bunch of dogs.
Coach Collins heard about this, flipped Roy the bird.
I heard that, in his most recent game, he came up one life short of a triple double.