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The pun, also known as paronomasia, is a form of wordplay that involves exploiting the ambiguous meanings of words, typically of homophonic (similar sounding), homographic (identically spelled), metonymic (same meaning) or otherwise figurative nature, for humorous or rhetorical effect.
Juan is a name that is often used in image macros as a pun associated with a Spanish, Latin or Mexican ethnic stereotype. Images with these captions sometimes use a photo of a smiling man wearing an oversized sombrero, which also appears in the advice animal series Merry Mexican.
Name Puns are a series of image macros revolving around puns of the names of celebrities, objects, places, and fictional characters.
Lame Pun Coon
Lame Pun Coon is an advice animal depicting a cheerful racoon telling puns. These type of puns are often viewed as "cheesy", thus the name "Lame Pun Coon".
Bad Joke Eel
Pun Dog is a three-panel image macro series depicting photographs of an Alaskan Klee Kai dog telling animal-related puns. The punchline is often written to be anticlimactic, in a similar vein to Bad Joke Eel and Lame Pun Coon.
Priority Peter is another advice animal, depicting a teenage boy surrounded by young woman in beach clothing. Captions commonly include math or school-related puns and wordplay.
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