Needless to say, another pun-loving friend of mine engaged me in the comments below.
We were toast:
Pablo: 'll have to punder on these jokes, because I was not bread to understand them
Richard: I'm sure that you'll rise to the occasion Pablo.
Pablo: Will I, dough?
Richard: I'm sure you are. You're not one to loaf around.
Pablo: All I'm getting from this is that I knead to get a life
Richard: At the very yeast, you should keep making these puns. I can tell you're pretty good; there isn't a half-baked one among them.
Pablo: Richard, you ain't seen muffin yet.
Richard: I've had way worse, this is a cake walk.
Pablo: Whatever happens, this conversation will be in'grain'ed in my memory for years to come.
Richard: That's for sure, these aren't some simple cookie cutter jokes we're throwing around here.
Pablo: I dunno, it feels like we've spread ourselves too thin. I hope we baguette more of these puns, or else we're toast.
Richard: I don't think we're digging too deep, we've only just scratched the crust!
Pablo: So you're saying we've got puns in a'bun'dance?
Richard: Maybe not that far, but we've got plenty before we need to start scrabbling for crumbs.
Pablo: Then let's keep doughing this!
Richard: I don't know, I don't feel like I'm baking any records here. I may want to call it a night.
Pablo: Yeah, we butter shut this down
Richard: See you next time.