Of all the creative wordplay available, food puns appear to elicit the biggest belly laughs. Here at The Foodnited States, we're obviously big fans of creative wordplay -- especially when foodstuffs are involved.
So, here are just a few of our favorite food pun series. Hold on to your bellies.
Seen above, Traffic Jam.
Ever wonder what celebrities would look like if they were made from food? Artist Justine Morrison has the answer with her fabulous illustration series.
Not only is Siow Jun's series Food For Thought full of puns and adorable cartoons, but it's educational as well. The illustrations and creative wordplay are a great way to get learnin'.
Combining food with animals makes for some fun and delicious-looking food puns. Animal Food, by artist Sarah DeRemer, toys with our minds and taste buds, and we're pretty happy about it.
Seen above, Hippotato.
If cutting, slicing and dicing gets tedious, Cutting Boredom is here to help. The beautiful hand-crafted cutting boards are made by woodworker, Dave Stencil.
Words With BFFs
When texting or emails just won't do, a pun-laden visual becomes the best way to communicate with friends. Words with BFFs was an ongoing 'conversation' of food visuals and wordplay, between BuzzFeed writer Adam Ellis and his best friend Kristin.
Food puns are the gift that keeps on giving. So, if you're only giving a card, there's Good Paper. The greeting cards are fueled by puns and beautifully-crafted.
Not only that, but they're made by and help support victims of sex trafficking and those misplaced by disease in the Philippines and Rwanda.
Not necessarily a series, but no less hilarious, Two Chips is an all-time favorite. Filmmaker, Adam Patch's wife got drunk and told a joke. He recorded the audio, added a cartoon visual, and a punny masterpiece was born.