• Rapunzel In A Tiff

    From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to All on Saturday, September 19, 2020 00:06:44
    The ""Puniest of Show" winner at the 23rd Annual O. Henry Punoff May 7th
    in Austin was a runaway for Tiffany Wimberley who scored 38 points (out
    of 40 possible) 2nd and 3rd places received 34 and 32 points respectively.

    Here is Tiff's winning routine:

    Fair Ladies and Noble Gentlemen

    I, RaPUNzel, have a HAIR-raising tale to SHEAR with you written by the Brothers TRIMM. When I was a young CURL, a jealous queen LOCKed me in a
    tower. I was STRANDed at my SPLITS END truly a damsel in THESE
    TRESSES! The queen thought it was a PERMANENT SOLUTION but, day after
    day, knight after knight would try to climb the tower which was so tall
    the FOLLICLE you! They would climb my braid and if they weren't that
    handsome I would give them the BRUSH off! Gee, I wonder if that's where I
    got my reputation for being such a big TEASE. One day, a handsome
    knight named Prince Latherrinse tried to rescue me. He was HEAD &
    SHOULDERS above the rest. I said: "COMB and SHAVE me!" The queen
    found out about it and cut off my hair. And let me tell you Hell hath no
    fury as a woman SHORNED! She'll have Hell TOUPEE because I am not
    someone to TANGLE with. Prince Latherrinse WISPed me away and we got
    married and had twins but, we didn't live happily ever after because he
    placed too many CONDITIONERS on our marriage which was really CRIMPING
    my STYLE. So, we PARTED ways and a custody battle ensued. It came down
    to SPLITTING HAIRS (heirs) so he took one twin and I took the other.
    So, now I don't date princes anymore because I don't want a LATHER RINSE
    REPEAT (read the shampoo label). And I've gotten back to my ROOTS by
    changing my hair from blonde to brown and this new color is to DYE for
    after all, brunettes have more pun. Well, that's the long and short of
    my HAIRY tale story. I bid you all a 'DO!


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