Very simple but effective play on words in a Sun story about Amanda Warrington, from Yate, near Bristol, who was so proud of completing one of the world's biggest jigsaw puzzles that she glued the 24,000 pieces to her living room wall. The headline was 'Jigs-awe', replacing 'aw' with 'awe.'


A jigsaw is a puzzle. It's a piece of carboard or wood with a picture printed it and then cut into pieces of different shapes that have to be fitted together to reform the picture.

Awe is a feeling of reverential respect.