Dogs Gone Stylin’

Loyal readers of A Glutton For Pun might have thought this blog had gone to the dogs given the infrequent updates from February to April 2018.  Not so!   It’s back and better than ever.  And here’s a PSN to prove it.  From Sandy Schneider in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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Eggs Cetera

Here is an egg-ceptional PSN from Lauren Goldvasser in Lake Worth, Florida.  Etc. Etc. Etc.

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Frame of Mine

Although it’s her first PSN submission, Jill Abel shows she is a PSN spotting frame of mind with this entrant from Washington, DC.

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Chaat N Roll

With this brilliant first submission from Seattle, Washington, we like how Brad Singer rolls. Could he get on a PSN spotting roll?

We The Pizza

Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, or something in between, all of us will agree that “We The Pizza” is a fine PSN.  Spotted by Joel Schneider in Washington, DC.

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Legasea

If all of my PSN finds were of this caliber, it would have been hard to build my incredible legacy of great finds.  But this place was actually pretty good so it makes the cut.  Spotted in the Moxy Hotel in New York City, New York by yours truly.

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First Tracts

Given Rob Wise’s history of drunken debauchery at the University of Virginia, I doubt he is ever able to get up early enough to get first tracts on Snowshoe mountain in West Virginia.  But he comes through with this fresh find to now claim 2 submissions on A Glutton For Pun.

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Never Enough Thyme

Liz Moore, a first time contributor, brings us this timeless PSN from Alpharetta, Georgia. Only time will tell if Liz has what it takes to climb the ranks of PSN spotters.

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True Confections

Let’s hope the treats here are better than the movie that inspired the PSN.  In any event, this is a sweet PSN.  Spotted by Lynne Segall in Asheville, North Carolina.

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Ride ‘N Shine

Apparently Lynne Segall and her husband are always riding around now looking for PSNs.  Here’s a PSN car wash they found in that shining example of a city on a hill, Florence, South Carolina.

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About Time

It’s about time Joel Schneider submitted another PSN.  Apparently the resident horologist is equally adept at repairing Pateks as Casios.  Spotted in San Diego, California.

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Re-Sails

While my brother visits frequently and his son attends the Naval Academy, it took a visit from me to find this one hiding in plain sight.  Shame on super sailors Andy and Joel Schneider for not spotting this recycler or everything maritime in Annapolis, Maryland.  Incidentally, Re-Sails is right across the street from The Big Cheese.

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BloOut

I blew out all the taunters, teasers, and torturers during my recent trip to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Here’s one of four finds from the visit.

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Aerosoles

Apparently these shoes were not flying off the shelves as much as the owners would have wanted.  Glad I got this PSN while it lasted.  Spotted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Shoo Fry

Shoo, get away, don’t bother me with less than stellar PSNs.  They had better be as good as this establishment in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Evidently revisionist history has trendy putine replacing molasses based pie as the official meal of Confederate and Union Civil War troops.

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Baology

I’m not bragging but yours truly scored a perfect five on his Advanced Placement biology exam back when he was a junior in high school.  It’s no wonder I found this one so easily in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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A Cut Above

Lynn Segall proves that she is just a cut above other PSN spotters.  She didn’t actually spot this one on the go.  Rather, she emerged from her Atlanta, Georgia home one morning to find the truck parked right out front.  There are no words.

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Parrots of the Caribbean

Spotted by swashbuckling PSN spotter Murray Goldstein in Grand Cayman.  What could have been a silly moniker is actually quite a good PSN for a tour bus company with a guide blaring out dandies through a PA system.

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Shellections

Spotted from the tour bus!  Offering the finest in cruise and island styles, Shellections comes straight from Grand Cayman and Murray Goldstein.

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