If a judge is disrobed when removed from his job, would an electrician be delighted when fired? Would a tanner be dissuaded?
In a similar vein, can you match the jobs in column 1 to their punny forms of being fired in column 2?
|1. angler||a. deported|
|2. banker||b. distorted|
|3. barber||c. deposed|
|4. calculus teacher aaa||d. disillusioned|
|5. cashier||e. degraded|
|6. innkeeper||f. disintegrated|
|7. journalist||g. depressed|
|8. magician||h. dislodged|
|9. model||i. deferred|
|10. pastry chef||j. distilled|
|11. podiatrist||k. devoted|
|12. politician||l. disinterested|
|13. teacher||m. departed|
|14. trapper||n. defeated|
|15. vintner||o. debated|
If you think of others, share them in the comments! Wordplay is fun, isn’t it?
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