One more pun before the new forums

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What do you call a McCree that takes all the kills? McGreed.
Doomfist walks into a bar, there is no counter.

Get it? Because he sucks!
What do you call a McCree that throws? McFeed.
McCree only takes jobs he believes in.

It's his McCreed.
Widowmaker never gets a joke.
Why?
Because she MISSES the punchline.
Why does Pharah never get on the point?
Because she's Pharah-away!
Why doesn't roadhog get near the payload?
because he's afraid of roadkills
Why did Mei get the potg?
Because she is ameizing!
Who is manly enough to carry an entire tree on his shoulder?

It's Pinehardt.
Ummm Bandaid.
What do you call a Mccree at 12:00 pm?
Dead because he gets killed immediately
what do you call fan the hammer when it's being used more than Mccree's primary fire?

spam the hammer.
02/20/2018 07:41 AMPosted by ZekeShining
Widowmaker never gets a joke.
Why?
Because she MISSES the punchline.


Can anyone else now picture a joke being told to Widowmaker and it goes right over her head as she stares at you awkwardly.

Her face would Priceless;)
What do you call a McCree hiding on a giant cat?

McFlea
what do you call a doomfist at the peak of his performance? dead.
What do you call a Junkrat that fails a test?
Flunkrat.
What do you call a Reinhardt who pins another Reinhardt?

Winner Winner Chicken Pinner!
Why is Hanzo's hands always so clean?

Cuz he uses Hand-soap.

pls kill me
At what time does the new forum arrive?
At hiiiiiigh noooooon.
ummm.. Not a lot of actual puns here. OP should change title to "One more cheesy one liner before the new forums". What's next? Alanis Morrisette lyrics to illustrate "irony"?

Pun
[puhn]
noun
1. the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.
2. the word or phrase used in this way.

Examples:
  • A vulture boards a plane, carrying two dead possums. The attendant looks at him and says, "I'm sorry, sir, only one carry on allowed per passenger." ("Carry on" =luggage vs. "carrion"=dead animals)
  • Santa’s helpers are known as subordinate Clauses. ('subordinate clause" is also a grammatical term)
  • She had a photographic memory but never developed it. ("developing" is a process used to make photographs)
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