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The Last Laugh: Puns as Self-Defense

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Liz Chen

on 22 October 2015

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Transcript of The Last Laugh: Puns as Self-Defense

[ Quan
Nguyen ]
[ the Pun-achievable tribe ]
[ Tomer Ullman ]
Puns as Self-Defense
Liz Chen & Quan Nguyen
BAHFest West 2015
A good pun =
+ +
An opportunity for Escape.
Blindsided
Increased Chance of Escape
Groan of Arc
[This is my co-author.]
aka
p-
unachievable
Zach Weinersmith
aka Creator of BAHFest.
A curious evolutionary phenomenon...
"Processing Paralysis"
Intentional Exploitation of Word Meanings
The Last Laugh:
(He's a dad.)
Evolutionary Success!
GINORMOUS Thank-Yous to...
...and you, the audience!
(my co-author)
[ Zach, Michael, and the BAHFest Team ]
Quan
Punachievable Tribe
= Allies
Hi Grateful,
I'm all dads.

Humans
Neanderthals
Source:
Buzzfeed
Source:
Buzzfeed
Source:

(more)
Buzzfeed
Source:

(still)
BuzzFeed
Source: (what else?)
BuzzFeed
Source:
Pinterest
Source:
teacherswithapps.com
Source:
TechMynd
Source:
www.pixgood.com
?
Source:
RuneScape Wikia
Source:
Neanderthals.org
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