Don't know if it's still the case, but the Hy project had the most puns I've seen in one repo. In a good way.
Here are two previous discussions:
* Runs anywhere Python does
* Uses Python's ecosystem
* LISP consistency and functionality
* As slow as Python
I love Hy. When I want a portable LISP, or get incredibly frustrated with Python's arbitary limitations (lambda), I use Hy.
Unfortunately, never had it fit a large project, so I use it like scsh.
Straight from the doc:
"In some Lisp variants, the cons cell is the fundamental building block, and S-expressions are actually represented as linked lists of cons cells. This is not the case in Hy, as the usual expressions are made of Python lists wrapped in a HyExpression. However, the HyCons mimics the behavior of “usual” Lisp variants thusly:
* (cons something nil) is (HyExpression [something])
* (cons something some-list) is ((type some-list) (+ [something] some-list))
* Has cute mascot. I love Cuddles the Cuttlefish. :)