My favorite blog posts are pun posts. Anything that makes someone laugh, even a “your joke is really bad and I’m laughing anyway” laugh, works for me. Today, as the weather is turning crispy, even here in Wilmington, I would like to present some jacket puns for you, woven into a delightful story of dressing for interviews (which a lot of people are probably doing right now). The puns are bad. I’m not going to lie.
Joe had a job, but. . .
Joe went to his job at the coffee shop down the street. Unfortunately, that day Joe was fired because he arrived for work at the coffee shop wearing a tea-shirt. Joe is an enterprising fellow, so he set about finding a new job almost immediately. First, he checked on his pet worms. He found that the two silkworms were amusing themselves by having a race, but they ended up in a tie. He donned his tie, and his cardboard belt, which some would call a waist of paper. Not Joe, though. He wanted to make sure that he looked dapper for his day calling on potential employers. He elected not to wear his straw hat because straw hats are past their heyday.
Job Hunting in Cold Weather
Joe hopped on his bike to look for jobs, but not before donning his San Francisco Microfiber Jacket, a jacket that would suit anyone. While he pedaled, he cracked himself up with this ridiculous joke: What is the difference between a nicely dressed man on a tricycle and a poorly dressed man on a bicycle? A tire. Joe was lucky that day because he found an opening for a mechanic at an auto shop. Joe took one look at the car waiting to be fixed and the snow falling and said, “I’m ready to jacket up!”
Great job, Joe!