Undoubtably inspired by the classic Pat Benetar hit, this pottery store lets you fire your own bowls. Spotted in Bethesda Maryland by Jonathan Schneider.
If you have an addiction to writing pulp fiction, feed it here at Pulp Addiction. In case you’re confused, they sell paper. Which used to be pulp. Get it? Hmm. Spotted by Michael Birchall in the NSW Hunter Valley.
The mere thought of needlepoint causes my limbs to fall asleep, so for me this is a rather apt PSN for a shop specialising in sewing and thread. Spotted by Renée Keogh in Merimbula NSW.
All the way from Brooklyn NY comes this Pun Shop Name that is just sew good. Spotted by first time punter David Sackin.
Saves nine? What’s with all the sewing shops lately? All the way from Dubai comes this classic PSN, spotted by Wassim Kanaan.
I’m putting this in the Hall of Fame, both for its fairly tortured pun and reference to a Beatles song (both things I love). Not a bad start by first-time punter Michelle Keomany, who spotted this ‘spainful’ PSN in Barcelona. You can check out her blog here.
If your fantasies involve dolphins wearing sombreros, this shop is for you. Spotted on a recent trip to Legian, Bali Indonesia. Still not sure what they sell exactly, as there wasn’t much art or furniture in there. Maybe Fanta?
I bet the owner of this craft shop in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida USA, thought his hilarious PSN would never get old. I also bet that after answering the phone with it all day, the employees are about ready to stab themselves in the eye with a knitting needle. Well done to prolific punster Jonathan Schneider for finding it.
Still in the magical Klamath Falls, Oregon USA.. this shop presumably sells pottery that you might leave to your children, should the kiln explode. Or perhaps it’s referring to the last will and testament of the kiln itself? Hard to say. Thanks again to Rhonda.
I went for a walk in Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building and this was the second-last Pun Shop Name for a pen shop I saw. The second-last.
This great PSN was sent in by Paul, who writes that Inkspiration are “Supplying the population of Invercargill New Zealand all their Rubber Stamping Needs.” I, for one, take great comfort in that.
I love this one. Makes me think of that crazy 1990 movie with Nicolas Cage. Spotted by Janet and Simon O’Brien in Walkerville SA, who are such amazing Pun Shop Name hunters, they put even me to shame.