Hopefully they serve Little Big Corn on the side. It’s Straight into the Hall of Fame for this beauty, spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Boulder Colorado.
You could give your coffee shop a boring name, or you could go your own way. I’m not telling any little lies when I say this brilliant PSN was voted into the Hall of Fame with a landslide. Spotted by the gypsy, Renée Keogh in Erskineville NSW.
Brilliant. Straight into the Hall of Fame. This Kimono shop (interesting in itself, as it’s in Palm Beach, Florida) is named after the classic Rosemary Clooney song ‘Come on-a My House‘, most recently made famous as the theme song for The Girls Next Door, a show about the pets at the Playboy Mansion. Spotted by the very well-traveled Jonathan Schneider.
What a cracker. Straight into the Hall of Fame for this asian bookmaker, spotted in Pyrmont NSW by Michael Birchall.
“My Lord, I am he who men call Sir Loin, of the Butchers of The West.” This medieval Puneth Shoppe Name was found in Naracoorte, South Australia by his Grace, King Simon O’Brien. It takes its rightful place in the Halleth of Fame.
This Pun Shop Name is far from elementary. In fact, my dear Watson, it shall be placed henceforth in the Hall of Fame, where all who stumble upon her shall be transfixed by the sheer beauty of her formation. Spotted in Aylesbury UK by Lydia Woodroff.
OMG. Given the political correctness epidemic in the USA, this is a particularly hilarious PSN for a copy shop and shipping company. Even the reserved parking signs are funny. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Winston-Salem, North Carolina USA. Hall of Fame inductee. Whatever you do, don’t piss them off.
Brrrrrr-illiant. This cool Pun Shop Name was spotted by Renée Keogh in Jindabyne NSW, at the entrance to the ski fields. There’s snow way it’s not going in the Hall of Fame.
Spotted in Neverland (Brooklyn NYC) by Tinkerbell (Nick Barnett), this brilliant Pun Shop Name for a Kebab shop deserves its place in the Hall of Fame.
This stemsational Pun Shop Name was spotted by Josh Ferrett in Dunsborough WA. I’m stempted to put it in the Hall of Fame.
So obvious, yet so unlikely, for so many reasons. I tip my hat to you, Mr. Taxidermist, for ignoring your wife’s pleading to not call your shop this and doing it anyway. You are a bright beacon for all Pun Shop Name enthusiasts. Straight into the Hall of Fame and thanks to prolific spotter of quality PSNs, Simon Briscoe. Again I ask the question, ‘how do they answer the phone?’
I wonder if any owls have ever escaped? Or if there’s a ‘Man Bird’ of Owlcatraz? What a brilliant PSN. Spotted by Jade Ramsey near Palmerston North NZ, it’s going straight into the Hall of Fame.
This Pun Shop Name gets a stand up and slow clap. It’s brilliant. Just when you think you’ve seen them all, you get a classic in your inbox like this. Spotted by Simon O’Brien in Adelaide SA, it’s straight into the Hall of Fame for you.
Well this is a first. Two Hall of Famers in a row. I’ve actually heard of this legendary PSN, but it was Marc Burns who found it in Manhattan NYC, after he saw it in the background of a news report and then hunted it down. Bravo.
A brilliant PSN sent in by Dano, who writes, “In the basement of the building featured on Led Zeppelin’s album cover for ‘Physical Graffiti’ is this tea shop, recently opened in NYC’s East Village.” Bravo. Straight into the Hall of Fame for this first time punter.