Wednesday, January 7, 2009

'Punny' books to read...

*just a hint for you oboe tongue is planted firmly in my cheek! If you need "explanations," just email me.*

"Come On In!" by Doris Ohpen.

"The German Bank Robbery" by Hans Zupp.

"I Hate the Sun" by Gladys Knight.

"Prison Security" by Barb Dwyer.

"My Career as a Clown" by Abe Ozo.

"Why I No Longer Eat Fast Food" by Tommy Ayk.

"Take This Job and Shove It" by Ike Witt.

"The Secret of Rapunzel" by Harris Long.

"Split Personalities" by Jacqueline Hyde.

"Waging Nuclear War" by Adam Baum.

"So You're Engaged" by Bess Twishes

"How to Survive a Riot" by Donny Brooke.

Thoughts for the day...
When someone finally wrote the first book about watch-making, did everyone think it was about time?

"To err is human; to refrain from laughing, humane."
~ Lane Olinghouse

"Never tell anyone that you're writing a book, going on a diet, exercising, taking a course, or quitting smoking. They'll encourage you to death."
~ Lynn Johnston

['Mark's musings,' & 'Mikey's funnies']