I’m not sure what it would mean if someone had a rye sense of humor. Maybe it’s as refreshing as a breeze through the stalks of rye fields.
Conversely, if we’re talking about “wry bread,” I’m a bit fascinated. This bread talks? And it sounds quite intelligent. Wherever did you find it?
Of course, neither of these are probably what you mean to be saying.
- “Wry” is an adjective, meaning humorous in a dry, sarcastic, mocking, ironic, or perverse way.
- “Rye” is a grain, best known for its use in making rye bread or rye whiskey.
I’m still fascinated by that bread, though. Does the wry bread have a rye sense of humor? Are it’s jokes just delicious?
Oh, simple typos can make my imagination run wild.