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Julius Caesar

What word makes the following line a pun? "It was raining cats and dogs and there were poodles all over the road." Poodles.
In the last card, why does "poodles" make it a pun? poodles are a type of dog and it sounds like puddles.
Why does Shakespeare use puns? For comedic relief from the seriousness of the story.
What word could be used in the blank here to make it a pun? "The florist was late and had to put the _______ to the metal." Petal.
"A trade, sir, that, I hope, I may use with a safe consience; which is, indeed, sir, a mender of bad soles." What word, from JC Act 1, makes this a pun? soles.
Why is "soles" the pun? Has double meaning as in soles of a shoe or the soul of a being.
Created by: mrenttizulski