Wonder Words: Words that make you wonder about their meaning.
Ask Your Doctor: Medical jargon that doesn’t make sense.
Wonder Phrases: Phrases that make you wonder about their meaning.
Demeaned Words: Words that look like they might have some other meaning.
Fractured Definitions: Sentences showing ambiguous word meanings.
Goofinitions: Comical definitions derived from parts of a word.
Daffynitions: Free-for-all word comedy.
Prefixed Goofinitions: Goofintions derived from word prefixes.
What Do You Call...: Poking fun at occupations.
Say Again: Words that may suggest different meanings if pronounced incorrectly.
Languishing Language: Poking fun at literary jargon.
Pun-ishing Adjectives: Adjectives used in a punny way.
De-tour: Fun with words that begin with “de.”
Dis-connections: Fun with words that begin with “dis.”
Re-collection: Fun with words that begin with “re.”
Er-rant Words: Fun with words that begin with “er.”
Un-real Meanings: Fun with words that begin with “un.”
Ghost Words: Words that suggest other words that should exist but don’t.
Collective Nouns: Taking the pun approach to what you call groups of things.
Bundle Words: Words that can be broken apart into other words, with some humor.
Imps and Ages: Bundle Words that end with the syllables “imp” and “age.”
Hyp-hens: Sentences take on new meanings when words are hyphenated incorrectly.
Bundle Words Aloud: Bundle Words that get their humor from being pronounced differently.
Curious Words: Like Wonder Words, these words make you think.
Mock Antonyms: Pairs of words that look like antonyms but are not.
Negafixes: Fun words you get when you lop off the negating prefixes
Negafixed Mock Antonyms: Words suffering from both of the two above categories.
Phantom Antonyms: Words that suggest antonyms that aren’t in the dictionary.
Overload: An overview of most of the words that contain the word “over.”
Contraps: Word opposite in meaning working together in a sentence.
Polypuns: Multiple puns in one sentence.
Prime Rhymes: Phrases with rhyming words with rhymed meanings.
Oxymoron List: The best list of oxymora (oxymorons) anywhere on the Internet.
Antioxymoron List: The best list of antioxymora (antioxymorons) anywhere on the Internet.
Oxyidiots: Words that contain oxymora within them.
Antagonyms: Words that have two opposing definitions.
Sport Orts: A humorous look at sports jargon.
Job Jokes: Getting a laugh out of job titles.
Dittograms: Sentences containing consecutive homonyms or homonymic phrases
Tom Swiftlies: “Punning quotations,” Jim cited.
Butterflies: Word and word phrases looked at differently.
Fighting Words: Words of war.
Thingamagigs: Things get funny names.
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