Puns have been a part of American life since the dawn of the nation.
And today, it is our job to educate the public about their history and to celebrate their history, writes Matt O’Malley.
The puns of the 21st century are more sophisticated, more diverse, and more fun to listen to than ever.
Puns were invented as a means of entertaining the masses and helping them learn more about the natural world.
It was their goal to show how nature works and the ways we live in the world, and to tell stories.
They are still used today, but today they are much more sophisticated and fun to watch, and are often performed with the aid of sound.