I read a pun in a children's joke book "Effervescent enough covers on your bed, your fiddlestick out." I know that "fiddlestick out" is "feet will stick out", but what is the "effervescent" punning on?

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    This book is obviously only suitable for groan-ups. – Erik Kowal Mar 1 '15 at 3:31

Effervescent=If there isn't.

Which should be: if there aren't.

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