Must be bad Pipe(r)s, We Sprang a Leak!

backtothefuturama

“Great Scott, Pipe-y, look at that date. We appear to have sprung too far forward!” exclaimed Bloc Brown. “And where did this robot come from?”

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Candy Piper

candypiper

“Excuse me, sir, but this was not the job I was trained at a respectable institution for.”

Piper

Piper

“Look, lady, I just install the pipes. That’s what my ‘P’ stands for: Piper. You’re going to need to call a plumber. Actually, I think there are some brothers running a racket you can try.”

Tail of the Tape

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Fighting…out of the blue corner…standing at approximately two feet eight inches, Mad Dog Piiiperrr. Aaand her opponent fighting out of the red corner, in the first ever flora versus fauna extraaavaganza, standing five feet eleven inches, Mighty Oak Beeennnch.

Blow Popper

BlowPiper

Who knew that blowing up is so hard to do – well, besides those Macy’s-branded Thanksgiving paraders…

In-bench-tion

Inbenchtion

This robot dog invention will totally and completely replace the love and affection you get from a real dog!

Mapiper Syrup

MapiperSyrup

We only get syrup from the most delicious dogwood trees around. And just think of all the delicious things you can use this for: pancakes, flapjacks, hot cakes, silver dollars, griddle cakes, and spaghetti. Warm up with our syrup. Don’t trust our competiPipers over at Maple Piperup because they make swill.

pome-gra-nate

Pipergranite

/ˈpäm(ə)ˌɡranət/ –

noun

  1. an orange-sized fruit with a tough reddish outer skin and sweet red gelatinous flesh containing many seeds.
  2. the tree that bears the pomegranate, which is native to North Africa and western Asia and has long been cultivated.
  3. a stone statue of the interior side of a hand.