He took my pie while I was eating it, so I smacked my lips and his face

One of the guys I work with introduced us to a new word last night: zeugma. It means a single word that is used in a sentence to refer to two different words but that applies to each of the words differently. He gave this example: I went fishing and I caught three trout and a cold. According to the OED, zeugma is another word for syllepsis.