Pun Dictionary: B Entries

A Bomb in a Bull (Jokes)
What do you call it when a bull eats a bomb? Abominable!
B Positive (Two-Liners)
My dad died when we couldn't remember his blood type. He kept insisting we "Be Positive", but it's hard without him.
BA Degree (Book Titles)
Good for a Placemat: B. A. DegreeJG
Baa Baa Black Sheep (Book Titles: Good)
Songs for Children: Barbara BlacksheepJG
Baa-Steal Day (Misc)
On which holiday does the sheriff expect a spike in sheep rustling? Bastille Day.
Babble On (Middle East)
"The Geography prof is a real windbag." "Yes, he really likes to Babylon."
Babe Ruth (Hot Cross Puns)
What do you get when you cross a tree with a baseball player? Babe Root.
Baboon (Animals)
What do you call a monkey in a minefield? A baboom!
Monkey Shines: Bob Boone
Baby Buggy (Jokes)
What is a newly hatched beetle? A baby buggy.
Babylon (Tom Swifties)
"That city will NEVER be rebuilt," the prophets babble on.
Back (Anatomy)
A spinal surgeon's favourite movie is "Back to the Future".
Back Issues (Expressions)
I fell asleep last night while reading old magazines. This morning I woke up with back issues.
Back to the Future (Plants)
Michael J Fox was spotted in a gardening centre, though it was hard to tell with his back to the fuschias.
Backup Plan (Expressions)
If the Great Escape requires that the car go into reverse, and the gear breaks, do you need a backup plan?
Bad Mint In (Sports)
That mint is spoiled? Well, go put that badminton the trash.
Badder (Anatomy)
Grammatically incorrect urology: bad, bladder, baddest.
Bag Dad (Middle East)
"Ask your father what he brought home from the store." "What's in the Baghdad?"
Bag Here (One-Liners)
The location of a plastic bag recycling station can be marked by a character from The Jungle Books: Bagheera.
Bagel (Jokes)
If a seagull flies over the sea, what flies over the bay? A bagel.
Bah, Rain (Middle East)
What the campers say when the weather gets wet. "Bahrain!"
Bail (One-Liners)
I named my plane "Enola Hay", but when I got into trouble, I had to bale out.
I got arrested for stealing hay, but got out of jail after posting bale.
Bail [remove water] (Tom Swifties)
"This boat leaks," said Tom balefully.
Bail [to get out of jail] (Tom Swifties)
"I'll get you out of prison in no time," said Tom balefully.
Bail Out [of a plane] (One-Liners)
I wonder if it's wise to refer to financial aid for skydiving schools as a "bailout".
Bait (One-Liners)
When fish swim in schools, they sometimes take debate.
Baited (Tom Swifties)
"I just swallowed a fishing lure," said Tom with baited breath.
Bakers Field (USA)
After the Great Open-Air Baking Competition, the meadow became known as the Bakersfield.
Baking (Jokes)
Why did the pig quit sunbathing? He was bacon in the heat.
Balance (One-Liners)
I was at an ATM yesterday when a little old lady asked if I could check her balance, so I pushed her over.
Does a company that manufactures scales have to maintain a balance sheet?
Bald (Tom Swifties)
"I'm going to get a hair transplant," said Tom baldly.
Balder (One-Liners)
Was Baldur the ancient Norse god of hair loss?
Balderdash (One-Liners)
If I spouted nonsense about foot races of the Norse gods, would you call it Baldurdash?
Balefully (Tom Swifties)
"I just ate a block of hay," said Tom balefully.
Ball (Basketball)
Why was Cinderella thrown off the basketball team? She ran away from the ball.
Ball (1) (Baseball)
A fancy-dress dance for baseball players is called a ball.
Ball (2) (Tom Swifties)
"Take me to the dance," Mary bawled.
Ball Four (Book Titles: Good)
A Stroll to First Base: Balfour Walker
Ball Lots (Sports)
Football, baseball, soccer, and basketball players (among others) are natural voters, since they play with a ballots.
Ball Tick (Europe)
"That ball is a clock!" "Yes, I hear the Baltic too."
Balls (Anatomy)
It's not that the man didn't know how to juggle, he just didn't have the balls to do it.Pun.me
Balmer (Military)
A mortician with an explosive personality is an em-bomber.
Bambi (Hot Cross Puns)
What do you get when you cross a fawn with a hornet? Bambee.
Bamboo (Ghosts)
What do you get when you cross Bambi with a ghost? Bamboo.
Bamboozled (Tom Swifties)
"I find panda food confusing," said Tom, bamboozled.OK
Ban Gore (USA)
"I refuse to allow slasher movies in my town!" "You mean you'll Bangor?"
Banana (Fruits)
It's a fruit! It's a flatbread! It's a banaana!
What is a skeleton's favourite fruit? A bone-ana.
Bang for Your Buck (Tom Swifties)
"!" said Tom while banging his head.
Bang for Your Buck (1) (Expressions)
A combination of hair salon and fireworks store could be called "More Bangs for Your Buck".
Bang for Your Buck (2) (Expressions)
The motto of a discount hair stylist could be "More Bangs for Your Buck".
Bang for Your Buck (3) (Expressions)
The motto of a discount deer rifle gun shop could also be "More Bangs for Your Buck".
Bang Galore (India)
At an Indian fireworks show, there are Bangalore.
Banjo (Africa)
From a Geography song: "...I've come from Alabama with my Banjul on my knee."
Banks (Jokes)
Why are rivers always rich? Because they have two banks.
Banquet (One-Liners)
To celebrate the grand re-opening of the First National Bank after the flood, they held a bank-wet.
Bar Bare (Tom Swifties)
"Those ballet students should be forced to do their exercises in the nude," said Tom barbarically.
Bar Talk (Music)
Conversation heard in a saloon is Bartok.
Barbarian (One-Liners)
An uncivilized hair stylist could be called a barberian.
Barbary (Africa)
Are hair salons part of the Barbary States?
Barbecue (Book Titles)
Outdoor Cookery: Barbie CueJG
What do you call a group of men waiting in line for a haircut? A barberqueue.
Barbed Wire (Book Titles: Good)
Keep Out!: Barb DwyerJG
Barbels (One-Liners)
A ladies' glee club that performs in the lounges of fitness clubs could be called the Bar-Belles.
Barber (Jokes)
Where do sheep get sheared? At the baa-baa shop.
"Boy, will I give YOU a haircut!" said Tom barbarously.
Bare Minimum (One-Liners)
Is a midget mother in a bikini wearing the bare mini-mum required by decency?
Barely (Grains)
When the silo blew up, the farmer barley escaped with his life.
Bares (Football)
The most unclothed football team: Bears.
Barium (Book Titles)
Drink This Before the X-Ray: Barry Um
Bark (Jokes)
How can you tell it's a dogwood tree? By its bark, which is worse than its bite.
Don't worry about the foresters. Their bark is worse than their bite.
Bark is Worse than Your Bite (Expressions)
I had to choose being a programmer over being a shipbuilder, because my barque is worse than my byte.
Baron Net (One-Liners)
Is the best way to catch a British Peer with a baronet?
Barry (Fruits)
The famous fruit farmer turned musician: Berry Manilow.
Bartender (Book Titles: Good)
Guide To Mixology: Bart EnderJG
A termite walks into a bar and asks "Is the bar tender here?"
Baseball (Baseball)
When Billy struck out, he cried, so the sport was called basebawl.
Bash [a Unix shell] (Tom Swifties)
"I use the Bourne Again Shell," said Tom bashfully.
Bashfully (Tom Swifties)
"I keep bumping my head on things," said Tom bashfully.
Basic (Chemistry)
Studying the pH of solutions is a basic part of chemistry.
Basic [programming language] (Tom Swifties)
"This is the most common language used on micros," said Tom basically.
Basil (Europe: Switzerland)
Does the city of Basel have a lot of men named Herb?
Bass Line [music] (Music)
When do baseball players become musicians? When they're playing the base line.
Bass Soon (Music)
A person who's fishing in a hurry wants a woodwind: a bassoon.
Bassinet (One-Liners)
The best thing with which to catch fish is a baby's bed: a bassinet.
Bath (Europe: United Kingdom)
In Bath, everything comes out in the wash.
Bats (Jokes)
Why did the witches' team lose the baseball game? Their bats flew away.
Batted (Baseball)
What do you think would happen if a baseball player batted his/her eyelashes at the pitcher?
Batter (Baseball)
To make baseball cookies, small pieces of batter are put in the oven to bake.
Cannibals should avoid mixing cake-baking with baseball, since they might put the wrong batter in the oven.
Battered (Two-Liners)
Did you hear about the big fight at the seafood restaurant? Battered fish were everywhere!
Batteries Not Included (Expressions)
My nickname in school was "Batteries" because I wasn't included in anything.
Battery (Cars)
The Energizer Bunny went to jail. He was charged with battery.
Battin' (Asia: Philippines)
"Janet hit .675 in baseball today!" "That's a high Bataan average."
Bawdy House (One-Liners)
A funeral director got busted on a prostitution-related charge - running a common body house.
Bawled (Tom Swifties)
"I'm losing my hair!" Tom bawled.
Bay (Physical)
Do oceanographers prefer Bay windows?
Bay Root (Middle East)
That which keeps the bay plant from blowing away: Beirut.
BB Gun (Book Titles)
Who Killed Cock Robin: B. B. GunnJG
Be a Beeman (Book Titles)
How to Make Honey: B. A. Beamanp
Be Extravagant (Book Titles)
How to Go Broke Fast: B. X. TravagantJG
Be Gone, Ya (Plants)
How to banish a gardener: say "Begonia!"
Be Heading (Two-Liners)
I got a job as an executioner. I'll beheading there shortly.
Be Leaving (Tom Swifties)
"Get out of here!" said Tom believingly.
Be on Time (Book Titles)
Not a Moment to Spare: B. N. TimeJG
Beach (Plants)
A mid-Sixties teen movie was called Beech Blanket Bingo.
Bear (Animals)
All of these puns are getting hard to bear.
Bear Arms (Two-Liners)
The U.S. 2nd Amendment legalizes T-Shirts. Americans have the "right" to bare arms.
Bears (Halifax)
Fairytale popular in the Halifax area: Goldilocks and the Three Bayers.
Beat (Vegetables)
My salad just can't be beet.
Beater [old car] (Cars)
I should call my car "Egg" because it's an old beater.
Beaver Ton (Canada)
What do you call 2000 pounds of beavers? A Beaverton.
Bee Gee Singers (Book Titles)
The Disco Craze: B. G. SingersJG
Bee Grudge (Tom Swifties)
"Ouch! When I get stung, I want revenge," said Tom begrudgingly.
Bee Late (Tom Swifties)
"This flower's empty," the drone said belatedly.
Beef (Meat)
"I want to complain about this meat!" "Okay, what's your beef?"
Beef [complain] (Tom Swifties)
"This meat is hard to chew," Tom beefed jerkily.
Beef Jerky (Jokes)
What do you call a cow with a bad twitch? Beef jerky.
Bee-guile (Tom Swifties)
"I'm sure we can fool them into thinking this is pollen," said Tom beguilingly.
Been (Vegetables)
An ex-vegetarian can be described as a has-bean.
Been Gassy (Africa)
"Why did you eat all that Beano?" "I've Benghazi."
Been In (Africa)
I have Benin Africa for quite a while.
Beet (Vegetables)
I was the drummer for a band called Borscht. I never missed a beat!
Beet Oven (Music)
The best place for a composer to bake beets is the Beethoven.
Beet Root (Book Titles)
Red Vegetables: B. Troot6
Beetle Juice (Astronomy)
The drink made from crushed insects: Betelgeuse.
Behave (Book Titles)
Kindergarten Kop II: Bea HayveJG
Behind (Misc)
Did you hear what happened when the butcher backed into the meat grinder? He got a little behind in his work.
Behind Bars (Expressions)
Why are people who serve drinks imprisoned by their jobs? Because they're behind bars.
Belch (Tom Swifties)
"I am NOT full of hot air," Tom belched.
Believe Ya (South America)
How to accuse a geographer of lying: "I don't Bolivia."
Bell Grade (Europe: Balkans)
Where are chimes rated? Belgrade.
Bell in the Water (Book Titles: Good)
Ringing Wet: Belinda WaterA
Bell Ringer (Book Titles: Good)
The Life of Quasimodo: Belle Ringer
Bellows [for fire] (Tom Swifties)
"The fire's going out!" Tom bellowed.
Beluga (Animals)
What colour are whales? Blue-ga.
Ben Seen (Chemistry)
"I want to report Ben as a missing person." "OK, where was benzene last?"
Beneficiary (Book Titles)
I Love Wills: Benny Fishery
Benevolent (Book Titles)
Good Works: Ben Evolent6
Benign (Redefinitions)
What you will be after you are eight.
Berated (Tom Swifties)
"I think that those floppy hats are stupid!" Tom berated.
Bering (Misc)
He looked at the map to get a Bering on his direction.
Berth Above (Book Titles)
The Pullman Sleeper: Bertha BuvJG
Best Wishes (Book Titles)
Lotsa Luck: Bess TwishesJG
Bet He (Names)
"I bet Joe will propose to her tonight." "I Betty will too."
Better (Greek Letters)
These Greek alphabet jokes don't get any beta.
Bey On Nut (Military)
A painting of the Bey of Tunis sitting on a cashew was called "bayonet".
Bi Cuss (Dentist)
A tooth that leads an alternative lifestyle focused on swearing is a bicuspid.
Bi[sexual]-Czar (Tom Swifties)
"Rasputin and I are lovers," said Nicholas bizarrely.
Bic [pen] (Tom Swifties)
"Why shouldn't I stir my yogurt with a ballpoint pen?" Tom bickered.
Big Metal Fan (Jokes)
What did one wind turbine say to the other? "I don't know your taste in music, but I'm a big metal fan."
Bigger (Chemistry)
Motto of land developer: beaker is better.
Bilking (Book Titles: Good)
Monarch of the Swindlers: Bill King
Bill (Jokes)
What did the duck say when she bought lipstick? "Put it on my bill."
This guy gets put through mail slots: Bill.
Bill Fast (Europe: United Kingdom)
"Bill wants the report now!" "OK, I'll get it to Belfast."
Billboard (Book Titles)
Uninteresting Road Signs: Bill Bored
Billed (One-Liners)
For my assembly services, you will be build.
Billfold [wallet] (Book Titles)
Where to Put Your Money: Bill Foldk
Billiard Ball (Hot Cross Puns)
What do you get when you cross Telly Sevalas with a pool table? A billiard bald.
Billings (USA)
Billings is known as the "Invoice Capital of the U.S.A."
Billionaire (Book Titles)
Stories About Very Rich People: Billie O'NairJA
I've started investing in stocks: beef, chicken, and vegetable. Someday I hope to be a bouillonaire.
Billionare (Book Titles)
Rich People: Belle Yenerei
Bills to Pay (Two-Liners)
"Have you got bills to pay? If you do, please give it back. He looks silly bald." (Stolen from Laugh-In)
Binding (Tom Swifties)
"I got tied up in traffic," said Tom bindingly.OK
Birdies and Eagles (Birds)
Birders dislike golfers because of their desires to get birdies and eagles.
Birthday (One-Liners)
When a ship comes into port, it gets a little older because it's a berthday.
Bite (1) (Computers)
A computer programmer chops his food into byte-size pieces.
Bite (2) (Physical)
The oceanographer's bark is worse than his bight.
Biting (Tom Swifties)
"I hate computers!" exclaimed Tom bytingly.
Bitter (Tom Swifties)
"This apple is sour!" said Tom bitterly.
Biz Mark (USA)
The grade of a school of business administration is a Bismark.
Blank (1) (Tom Swifties)
" ," said Tom blankly.
Blank (2) (Tom Swifties)
"Those bullets can't hurt me," said Tom blankly.
Blank Stair (Tom Swifties)
"I've only enough carpet for the hall and landing," said Tom with a blank stare.
Blasphemers (Jokes)
What do you call two leg bones that deny the existence of God? Blasfemurs.
Blaze (Names)
A guy I knew got fired from so many jobs that he started calling himself Blaise.
Blaze Burns (Book Titles: Good)
What a Big Fire Does: Blaise Burns
Blazers (Clothing)
Firefighters prefer to wear blazers.
Bleachers (Baseball)
Baseball fans who make their hair unnaturally blonde are bleachers.
Block (Cars)
A mechanic's idea of exercise is jogging around the (engine) block.
Blockhead (One-Liners)
Is a numbskull who likes Lego a blockhead?
Blocks (Two-Liners)
The LEGO stores are reopening. People are lined up for blocks!
Blood Bank (Vampires)
Where did the vampire open his savings account? At the blood bank.
Blow Job (Two-Liners)
There exists a reporting application called Tableau. In a business environment, one should say "This is a job for Tableau!", not "This is a Tableau job!"
Blow Out (One-Liners)
Would you buy a whoopee cushion from a blow-out sale?
Blow Up (Two-Liners)
An unsuccessful demolition engineer can only blow up balloons.
Blows (Clothing)
Tailor's lullaby: "...When the wind blouse, the cradle will rock..."
BLT [bacon, lettuce, tomato] (Book Titles)
Golfer's Sandwich: B. L. TeeJG
Blue (Jokes)
What colour was the wind? Blew.
Blue Toe (Astronomy)
What astronomers have when they get frostbite on their feet: Pluto.
It was when Popeye's nemesis walked barefoot through a tray of indigo dye that he became known as Bluto.
Bluer (Toronto)
As the sun rises, the sky gets Bloor; as it sets, the sky gets blacker.
Blues (Hockey)
The favourite colours of this hockey team are turquoise, aquamarine and navy, because they're Blues.
Blunt (Tom Swifties)
"I need a pencil sharpener," said Tom bluntly.
Blustered (Tom Swifties)
"This wind is awful!" blustered Tom.
BO ["Body Odour"] (Chemistry)
Borates stink. They're all about BO.
BO [Body odour] (Book Titles)
Why Do People Avoid Me?: B. O. ProblemJG
Bob (Names)
What to call a fellow who floats in the water: Bob.
Bob for Apples (Book Titles)
Things to Do At Parties: Bob FrapplesJG
Bobby Pins (Tom Swifties)
Keep Your Hair Neat: Bobby Pins and Hera ClipsJA
Bobby Sox (Book Titles)
Teenagers Of The '50's: Bobbie SoxJG
Body (One-Liners)
Off-colour jokes are, for morticians, bawdy humour.
Body Building (One-Liners)
Dr. Frankenstein was a fitness buff, and was really into body building.
Body Spray (Undead)
If the folks from The Walking Dead tossed a zombie into a wood chipper, they'd get a perfume: body spray.
Bohemian Rhapsody (One-Liners)
If I were to open a sandwich shop with a Queen (the rock group) theme, could I call it Bohemian Wrapsody?
Boil (Physics)
The best way to evaporate water is to Boyle it.
Boing (One-Liners)
When airplane manufacturers are on pogo sticks, they say "Boeing, Boeing, Boeing!"
When a trampoline team flies to its engagements, its plane of choice is a Boeing.
Bold (Tom Swifties)
"I think I'll use a different font," said Tom boldly.
Bolder (Jokes)
Did you hear about the shy pebble? It wanted to be a little boulder.
I wonder if people who study rocks in Colorado are Boulder and others more timid?
Bolt (Two-Liners)
I bought a dog from a blacksmith. As soon as we got home, he made a bolt for the door.
Bond (1) (Chemistry)
Many people wish for the day when a chemist's word was his bond.
Bond (2) (Money)
Britain's secret agent of finance is James Bond.
Booby [breast] (Jokes)
How do you catch a bra? With a booby trap.
Book Arrest (Europe: Balkans)
Reading an illegal book can lead to the so-called "Bucharest" by the Thought Police.
Booked (Two-Liners)
I heard that there's a hot new restaurant in town called The Library. I tried to get reservations, but it was fully booked.
Boom (Tom Swifties)
"My fellow Americans," boomed Ronald Reagan, "I have just signed legislation to outlaw the state of Russia for ever..."
Boomerang (Baked)
"When I threw that pie away, it came right back and hit me!" "That's because it's a boomeringue."
I was watching an Australian cooking show and the audience applauded when the chef made a meringue. I was surprised, as Australians usually boo meringue. If a ghost throws a pie and it comes back and hits her in the face, that pie must be a boo-meringue.
Boot (One-Liners)
Do cobblers have to go to boot camp after enlisting in the armed forces?
Boot Tan (Asia: South)
When a boot (or a ghost) turns brown in the sun, it has a Bhutan.
Boots (Ghosts)
What scary things do ghosts wear on their feet? Boots.
Booze (Ghosts)
Are ghosts alcoholics because they like boos?
Bordeaux (Beverages)
It's no longer called "boxed wine". It's Cardboardeaux.
Bore (Animals)
The pig kept putting people to sleep because he was such a colossal boar.
"I still haven't struck oil," said Tom boringly.
Bored Stiff (Expressions)
When the mortician died while doing carpentry, he became a board stiff.
Boring (Animals)
All these pig jokes are getting boaring.
To wish an oil driller well, should you say "Have a boring day"?
Boring (1) (Book Titles)
My Boring Career: A. Drillerp
Boring (2) (Animals)
It is tiresome when a snake starts swallowing its tail because it becomes a boa-ring.
Boron (Chemistry: Elements)
If a dumb student is a moron, is a boring chemistry prof a boron?
Boss Need A (Europe: Balkans)
"Does the Bosnia Tylenol?" "Yes, the boss has a big headache after that meeting."
Boss Pour Us (Asia: Turkey)
During "Role Reversal Day", the boss can be ordered around. For example: "Bosporous all a cup of coffee."
Bought (Money)
We went to Thailand for a vacation and baht a lot of ties.
Bought Any (Plants)
You can't plant flowers if you haven't botany.
Bouncing Cheques (Europe: Eastern)
Should a trampoline team from Prague call themselves the Bouncing Czechs?
Bound to Be (Mummies)
Mummies are bound to be uptight.
Bounty [Mutiny on the] (Tom Swifties)
"This is mutiny!" said Tom bountifully.
Bouquet (Ghosts)
A Halloween flower arrangement is a boo-quet.
Boutique (Ghosts)
Ghosts like to do their shopping in bootiques.
A fancy little shop specializing in marine supplies is a boatique.
Bovine (Animals)
Cows don't grow on trees, they grow on bo-vines.
Bow and Arrow (Book Titles)
Archery: Beau N. Arrowb
Bow Tie (One-Liners)
While on board a ship, I wear a boat-tie.
Bowled (Sports)
He was so startled by his spare that he was bowled over.
Bowled Over (USA)
When Jack met Jill, he Boulder over with his charm and wit.
Boy Ant (Tom Swifties)
"That young insect is male," said Tom buoyantly.
Boys (USA)
Me and the Boise went out for a beer.
Bragg [Fort] (Tom Swifties)
"My ancestor was a famous Confederate general who had an army fort named after him," Tom bragged.
Brains (Undead)
Did you hear about the dyslexic zombie who only eats Brians?
Brains vs Brawn (Expressions)
The Braun company makes electric razors. If they made a promotional video for a hair clipper for donkeys, would it be called "Brayin vs Braun"?
Branches (Plants)
The Tree Bank has many branches to serve you.
Branding Irons (Book Titles: Good)
The Last Roundup: Brandon IronsJG
Bra's Ill (South America)
You have a sick brassiere? Yes, my Brazil.
Brave [Native American] (Tom Swifties)
"I ain't afraid of those white men," said Cochise bravely.
Brawn (Chemistry)
Metallurgists are a balanced bunch - they have both brains and bronze.
Braying (Anatomy)
Why are noisy donkeys smart? Because of their great brain.
Break (Cars)
"Sorry, no discounts on repairs!" "Aw, gimme a brake!"
Break In (One-Liners)
Preparing new shoes for use is like being a burglar, since you have to break them in.
Break Into (Music)
I break into song if I can't find the key.
Musical theatre is a great place for burglars. People are always breaking into song.
Breakdown (Cars)
That car has a high-strung disposition. It might have a nervous breakdown if mistreated.
Breaking News (Expressions)
"Bull in a China Shop!" is an example of breaking news.
New info on the Monarch of the Donkeys is bray king news.
Breast (Europe: France)
It is difficult to keep a-Brest of all the new developments in Geography.
Breathless (Tom Swifties)
"Now no-one can detect my halitosis," said Tom breathlessly.
Bred (Two-Liners)
At the zoo, I saw some toast in one of the enclosures. It was bread in captivity.
Brewing (Meteorology)
I went into the kitchen and saw a hurricane making a pot of tea. I thought "hmm, there's a storm brewing."
Brewster (Animals)
Can we call a chicken making beer a brooster?
Brick Layer (Hot Cross Puns)
What do you get when you cross a chicken with a cement truck? A brick layer.
Bridge [dental] (Dentist)
A dentist's favourite song is "Bridge over Troubled Waters".
A dentist's favourite movies are "A Bridge too Far", The Bridge Over the River Kwai" and "The Bridges of Madison County".
Bridle (Tom Swifties)
"Nay!" Tom bridled hoarsely.
Brie Fly (Tom Swifties)
"There's a blood-sucking insect in my French cheese," said Tom briefly.
Briefly (Tom Swifties)
"My underpants are too small," said Tom briefly.OK
Bries [Plural of Brie cheese] (Cheeses)
Winds can be cheeses, if they're a breeze.
Bright (1) (Tom Swifties)
"Eating uranium can cause strange effects," said Tom brightly.
Bright (2) (Tom Swifties)
"Many hands make light work," said Tom brightly.
Brigitte Bardot (Book Titles: Good)
French Wine for Sex Symbols: Brigitte Bordeaux
Bring to the Table (Expressions)
Employer: "What makes you think you'd be a good waiter?" Me: "I bring a lot to the table."
Brisk [brand of iced tea] (Tom Swifties)
"Take tea and see," said Tom briskly.
Bristle (Tom Swifties)
"Use your own hair brush," Tom bristled.
Britney Spears (One-Liners)
Western France was known for its singing pikemen, the Brittany Spears.
Broadband (Music)
Once there was a rock group that wore brassieres outside their clothes. They called themselves Fast Internet because they were the bra'ed band.
Broke (Music)
When a musician has no money, he/she is Baroque.
Broke it Off (Expressions)
She was engaged to a boyfriend with a wooden leg but broke it off.
Broker (One-Liners)
They're called stock brokers because you're seldom richer after you deal with them.
Bronze [medal] (Sports)
Why isnít suntanning an Olympic sport? Because the best you can ever get is bronze.
Brook (Physical)
The jealous physical geography prof would brook no rivals.
Brouhaha (One-Liners)
If beer had bubbles of nitrous oxide, it would be noisy in a funny way because it would be a brewhaha.
Browns (Football)
If musicians sing the blues, couch potatoes must sing the Browns.
Brush (Tom Swifties)
"Get out of my hair," was Tom's brush-off.
Brush Up (Dentist)
Dentists don't review before a test, they brush up on the material.
Brussels Sprout (Book Titles)
Small Vegetables: Russell SproutJG
Buck an Ears (Football)
To raise money for the team, its players sell corn for $1 an ear, hence the team name Buccaneers.
Bucking Ham (Europe: United Kingdom)
The best place for a pig rodeo is Buckingham.
Bud A Pest (Europe: Eastern)
"Budapest? Not at all! He's the nicest guy I know!"
Buddy System (Book Titles)
Prevent Drowning: Buddy SystemJG
Budget (Misc)
You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.
Budweiser [Beer] (Book Titles: Good)
Smart Beer Making: Bud Wiser
Buffalo (Animals)
A bull works out at the gym to become a buff fellow.
Buffet Dinner (Book Titles)
The Smorgasbord: Buffy DinnerJG
Bug (Europe: Eastern)
The Bug river is known for its variety of insects.
Bug [illness] (One-Liners)
I told my doctor that I am hearing buzzing in my ears, but he said it's just a bug going around.
Bugs (Jokes)
What do you call a rabbit with fleas? Bugs Bunny.
Why are frogs so happy? They eat whatever bugs them.
Bugs [computer] (Jokes)
Why do programmers hate nature? It has too many bugs.
Build Your Own (Book Titles: Good)
House Construction: Bill Jerome Holme6
Building (Book Titles)
Houses, Offices, and Apartments: Bill Ding
Bull [market] (Tom Swifties)
"The stock market's going up," said Tom bullishly.
Bullion (Animals)
In what form do cattle prefer their gold to be? Bull-ion.
Bumper (Cars)
She wouldn't get out of the way, so I had to bumper to let her know I wanted in.
Bumper Crop (Expressions)
When a farmer does really well, she grows auto parts because she has a bumper crop.
Bunting [bird] (Birds)
The Birdwatcher's Convention was all decked out with paper streamers and bunting.
Buoyant (Jokes)
How can you tell if an ant is male or female? Drop it in water. If it sinks, it's a girl ant. If it floats, it's a boy ant.
Burb Bank (USA)
The 'Burbs Savings and Loan Company is located in Burbank.
Burden (Names)
I never want to be a Burton on society.
Burn (Europe: Switzerland)
If I make one more pun about Switzerland, they'll Bern me alive.
Burn A (Asia: South)
To Burma house down on purpose is considered a crime.
Burn A Bee (Canada)
"I like to burn wasp nests!" "You must be from Burnaby."
Burn a Debt (Book Titles: Good)
Celebrate the End of Your Mortgage!: Bernadette Party
Burnout (One-Liners)
Do overstressed firefighters suffer from burnout?
Bury (1) (Canada)
Let us make peace, Barrie the hatchet and get on with life.
Bury (2) (Names)
A good name for a gravedigger: Barry.
Bury 'Em (1) (Chemistry: Elements)
When a Chemistry prof dies, we have a funeral, then barium.
Bury 'Em (2) (Book Titles)
We Won 20-1!: Barry UmJG
Bus [computer] (Tom Swifties)
"We don't have room for any more peripherals," said Tom bus-ily.
Bush (Measures)
The unit of shrub volume should be the bushel.
Business (Chemistry: Elements)
In spite of the bank robbery, it was bismuth as usual.
Bust [female] (Tom Swifties)
"You're busted!" said the policeman to Miss Dolly Parton.
Buster Crabbe [actor] (Book Titles: Good)
Smash His Lobster!: Buster Crabbe
Butter (Expressions)
The monk who saw the face of Jesus in a tub of margarine said "I can't believe it's not Buddha."
Butter Fly (Jokes)
Why did Silly Billy throw butter out a window? He wanted to see a butterfly.
Butter Up [expression] (Cannibals)
Beware the flattering cannibal. He's trying to butter you up.
Buy Cal (Asia)
"What shall we get Cal for Christmas?" "Let's Baikal an atlas."
Buy No Meal (Mathematics)
I know a mathematician who couldn't afford lunch. He could binomial.
Buy Sepps (Anatomy)
"Mr. Sepps is thirsty!" "Well, biceps a drink!"
Buy Some (Animals)
"You've run out of buffalo steaks? Go out and bison, then!"
Buy You (Physical)
Geographer bar talk: "Hello handsome. Let me bayou a drink."
Buzz cut (Book Titles)
Trim Those Sideburns Too?: Buzz CuttJG
Bye, son (Animals)
What did the buffalo say when he sent his son to college? Bison.
Byte (Tom Swifties)
"These bit patterns will be more readable in groups of 8," said Tom bitingly.
Cleanup (Baseball)
The baseball player got the nickname "The Janitor" because he was always batting cleanup.
High Tide (One-Liners)
Laundry detergent made from hemp would be marketed under the brand name "High Tide".
Look Out Below (One-Liners)
"Look out below!" is a lookout bellow when you are standing on a high observation post.

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