Story Playground, created by software development company Dragon Playground, LLC, makes it simple to create and share your family's unique stories. All you need is your memory, some pictures, and the internet.
This experience was created by Dragon Playground, LLC. We are a small business dedicated to developing amazing applications and experiences. Some of the other websites we have worked on include Story Playground and a soon-to-be-released app/website: Finish the Drawing
Pun Attack is Humor as a Service. We’ve strained our brains creating these puns. We text a variety of them to your friends’ phones with your order. Your friends will love and appreciate you!
Dragon Playground, LLC.
Dragon Playground, LLC. is a small business, located in Idaho. Pun Attack is our second project - you can see our first, Story Playground here: http://storyplayground.com
We only store enough data to get the texts from point A to point B, and we NEVER will sell your information to a 3rd Party. We give you options to stop any attacks. (But - who’d want to block puns?)
Please check your orders carefully before submitting them. Orders are non-refundable.
You agree to Pun Responsibly and to only send these attacks to people that you know and have their contact information. No profanity is allowed. You agree to not take the puns you receive from Pun Attack and pass them off as your own. You agree to love us. Forever.
Sources and Acknowledgements
All of the puns on this website are original material as a result of some late nights, extended brain effort, and many, many refinements. Any similarities to other puns, living or dead, are purely coincidental. No puns have been harmed in the making of this website, although some may have been butchered. All puns based on a true story.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why Puns?
A: Puns are universally funny. We like them. Why not?
Q: Do you come up with your own puns?
A: We hand-craft these puns with as much love and condiments as possibly can be mustered.
Q: I've noticed that a few of the puns are not technically puns, but more of plays on words. Why did you include those?
A: We tried to be punny. Why do people like to give these poor little jokes an existential crisis?
Q: Why do I need to provide my phone number? Pun Attack uses their own number to send puns, right?
A: In order to accommodate Spam laws, we need to know where the attack is coming from. It's also much more fun when you get attacks from somebody you know!
Q: Can I send you a testimonial or review of your puns?