It's time for the winning entries in Punorama.
As ever, we gave you a story and you sent us punning headlines.
This week it was reports that waiters at the House of Commons have been ordered to be nicer to MPs. Staff must greet each one by name and hold eye contact while taking their order.
They must also praise members on their menu choice and smile as they serve their subsidised refreshments.
House of Common Courtesy was popular and sent in by Tim Knott, Candace, Craig Wall and Johnny Lyttle. Murray Milne had a slight variation on the theme with Commons Curtsies .
Mind your peas and queues from Dan the man and No more HP Sass from Tim Francis-Wright certainly whet the appetite nicely for more puns.
Running with the political theme were Helene Parry with Tact of Parliament , Sean Smith with House of Lauds, Stuart with Ministry of Deference and Simon Rooke Civil subservients.
We end with the cheeky Poor bar-stewards from Jel and Would you like to see the whine list sir? from Stella.
Bravo and thanks to all who entered. See comments below for those who didn't quite make the grade.