# English-Ms. Sue

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What do you consider to be the best and worst puns in the essay? Justify your choices.

I just need help with the second part, like how would I justify my answer?

• English-Ms. Sue -

What is it that YOU don't like about the good puns?

I can't answer that for you. But one possible answer is that you don't understand it.

• English-Ms. Sue -

One thing I don't like about good puns is that how they're kind of nasty... if you get what I'm referring to.

• English-Ms. Sue -

Yes. That's a good reason to dislike puns.

• English-Ms. Sue -

Thank you Ms. Sue :-)

• English-Ms. Sue -

You're welcome, Sara.

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