Aways on the forefront of PSN spotting, Sandy Schneider gives us yet another hair oriented submission from her travels in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Now totaling 13 entrants, hair salons are second only to restaurants in pun shop name prolificacy.
Not particularly knee slapping, but comical nonetheless. Sandy Schneider spotted this zany hair salon in Bluffton, South Carolina. With a recent average of one submission per week, it’s obvious that PSNs are no laughing matter for Sandy.
First there was the hilarious Shear Madness play. Now there is Shear Excitement. While not quite as funny, it certainly is a pithy PSN. What is it with these hair places? Between blow dry bars and salons, the hair category has the most PSNs with a lucky 13. Spotted by Sandy Schneider in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
We’re not sure if this place is for canines or homo sapiens. Either way, be careful what you ask for here. A little off the top could turn into a lot off your wallet. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Lake Worth, Florida.
“Please Please Me” plays non-stop while you get your mop head cut. Ok, not very funny. But puleez, what else is there to say about yet another hair related PSN? Kudos to Rob Wise, a first time punter, for spotting this one in Charlottesville, Virginia.
It’s not a meat market. It’s a hair salon. Let’s hope they use shears instead of filet knives. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in North Palm Beach, Florida.
If you’re a football fan in Jacksonville, Florida, there is a good chance you’ll want to end up here for a haircut. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider.
Mane seems to be one of the main words used for hair related PSNs. While in Lake Worth, Florida, this salon is a close cousin to The Mane Event in Bethesda, Maryland.
A trip to the headmaster’s office doesn’t look so bad at this establishment. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Morganton, North Carolina.
The place to pick up a new do. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The hair apparent to the classic 1978 Barbara Streisand and Ryan O’Neal movie. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Bethesda, Maryland.
When leathernecks need a bit of softening, they come here. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.