There Can Be Only Pun: Snacks of Literature

by Sean Adams

It seems like I face some new, frustrating dilemma almost every day. For a while, I tried to solve each one on my own, but I just can't do it anymore. I'm in over my head, and I need your help, Wooters! So, each week, I'm going to post a problem that I'm facing and you're going to help me solve it. But here's the catch: the solutions need to be puns. That's right: logic is secondary; puns are the primary goal here. I'll choose the best pun and announce it in next week's post.

THIS WEEK'S EPISODE: Literary Snack Food!

You guys, I'm throwing a party. The theme: literature! I've got the invites made up and the decorations picked out already; now, I  need to decide what to serve. I'm thinking simple snacks and dips with fun literary names. For example:

  • The Old Man and the Brie
  • Guac-work Orange
  • Don (mini) Quiche-otes

But I need more! So please, post some literary snack food puns in the comments and I'll choose my favorites next week!

New Year's Day winner (Booze for Athletes):Usually, I choose something from the blog comments, but this time I just have to give it to White Rushin from Daniel Beecher on Facebook! Thanks for playing, Facebookers!

Other Favorites: 5 hour Bender-gy from tequilagus; Team Spirit from cuppatea; and JoggerMeister from jingelin.

Photo by flickr user thomas pix, used under a Creative Commons License.