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n.1.A punster.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Like all forums, this is a Petri dish dancing with different human emotions, views on life, outlooks, mentalities - the optimistic, the wind up merchant, the downright arrogant, the never happy, the critic, the happy clapper, the intelligent punner. It takes all sorts.
"Neither of them were renowned for their niftiness in Nikes, but now I'm prepared to embrace the Loneliness of the Long Distance Punner and train to do the Great North Run.
Given the creature's linguistic predilections, I suggest that the omission of Lacan from this list be understood not simply as a snub--as though Lacanian commentators don't even warrant a scoff--but rather as an expression of respect for a fellow punner of the highest talents.