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Meet: The Swift Family

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       It all starts with Tom. Born in 1910 with the immortal phrase "'We must hurry,' said Tom Swiftly" and yet not looking a day over 30, Tom is our hero, our icon, and is out to prove that word riddles don't play second fiddle.

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       Mot is the bad boy of word puzzles. He is the anti-Tom; Mot and Tom are like Spy Vs. Spy or any other pair of battling brothers.  If you don't like his puns, watch out for his guns!

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       Hey Tom and Mot, don't hate, hate, hate because Taylor Swifty is the antidote to your bad blood. Furthermore, she doesn't smell as bad as those pun-gents.

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       When engaging with the world's most powerful and profound adverbs, Lee plays an essential and inseparable role. But you never know exactly which Lee you'll get; will it be insightful-Lee, curious-Lee, or even excruciating-Lee?

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Url "Earl"

       Quick with tech support, an eye roll, and a boomer joke, Url is our millennial mainstay. His 21st-century word-play demonstrates that these Dad Jokes aren't just for old folks.

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Julius Ceasar 

       When it came to the mightiest puns of all-time, Julius came, saw, and conquered. His word-play is exclusively in Latin, proving that the classic language isn't dead; it's just Roman around.

Also Featured:

  • Tom's gecko Twitch

  • Mot's dog Mutt

  • Taylor's cat Kity Purry

  • Lee's bird Chick Jagger

  • Url's fish Swim Shady

  • Caesar's lobster Leonardo da Pinci

  • Frank the disgruntled hot dog

  • Various emotive letters of the alphabet


And there are special guest stars aplenty, be they sitcom stars, literary figures, politicians, rock legends, or anyone else that is simply punderful!

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