Another example is "a Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean your mother." Visual puns are sometimes used in logos, emblems, insignia, and other graphic symbols, in which one or more of the pun aspects is replaced by a picture.In European heraldry, this technique is called canting arms.
" playing on strained as "to give much effort" and "to filter".
Visual and other puns and word games are also common in Dutch gable stones as well as in some cartoons, such as Lost Consonants and The Far Side.
Another type of visual pun exists in languages which use non-phonetic writing.
It's stopped twerking." Shakespeare was also noted for his frequent play with less serious puns, the "quibbles" of the sort that made Samuel Johnson complain, "A quibble is to Shakespeare what luminous vapours are to the traveller!
He follows it to all adventures; it is sure to lead him out of his way, sure to engulf him in the mire.
A parody of a popular song, movie, etc., may be given a title that hints at the title of the work being parodied, substituting some of the words with ones that sound or look similar.