Added after a pun, a play on words mostly for a comic reception. Usually someone adds ‘pun intended’ when the pun isn’t so clear, or to emphasize the pun.
Usually in brackets: (pun intended)
no pun intended npi
When Thou hast done, Thou hast not done. For I have more. (pun intended)
An expression to clarify the use of a pun in a previous statement. Most often employed when a speaker does not trust his audience to recognize the pun on its own.
A pun is its own reword (pun intended).
Means no pun intended.
Instead of wasting your precious life away with the laborious task of spewing out “no pun intended” the words “unintended” and “pun” have been fused together to create the ultimate word, saving an entire syllable: punintended
witty man: writing with a broken pencil is pointless… punintended!
Used when someone wants to make a pun more clear.
If nobody drowns at the lake, everything will go along swimmingly. Pun intended.
Save the endless amounts of energy i know you use everyday saying ‘no pun intended..’ by combining unintended and pun in to one word.
lulz ensue when people mistake the word for ‘pun-intended’
guy 1. bsgfbsfgb….punintended
guy 2. excellent intentional pun
guy 1. in was unintended. i’m saving syllables
Sometimes colloquially added to something you just said,to indicate that there is a pun to it.
As the turtle and rabbit raced off in a racecar and robbed little 8-year-old Jamie of his pants,they called to him,”You lost your pants,kiddo,but keep your shirt on-pun intended!”
As pantsless 3-year-old Patrick yelped in indignation at being stared at by his cousin,10-year-old Michael,and Michael’s friends Josh and Frankie,his mommy Rachel said,”Patrick,pumpkin,just ignore them and keep your shirt on,pun intended!”