Smorgasbord Laughter Lines Extra – Friday July 24th – Possible Book Titles and some Grammar funnies Host Sally Cronin

Finding the perfect book title is challenging for all authors, as is grammar on occasion, but it does lend itself to humour thanks to witty minds that circulate their thoughts online.

Here are some examples……

Some Book titles before the editing team got hold of them!

The Grapes of Exasperation

50 Penumbras of Silvery-Ash

An Adieu to Limbs

The Supremo of the Circlets

And if you are running out of ideas for your next book title!

A Clifftop Tragedy  by Eileen Dover.

A Whole Lot of Cats  by Kitt N. Caboodle

Animal Scents by Farrah Mones

Cheating on His Wife by  Izzy Backyet

Confessions Of A Gold Digger by Emile Ticket

Yellow River by I.P.Daily,

Russian Lion Tamer by Claude Buttox

Carpet Laying by Walter Wall

Eating Garlic by Y.I Malone.

Pain and Sorrow by Ann Quish

The Insomniac by Eliza Wake

The Scent of a Man by Jim Nasium

Wait for me by Isa Cummin.

Willie Win by Betty Wont.

…and a few grammar one-liners (groans)

The past, present, and future walked into a bar. It was tense.

Q: What’s the difference between a cat and a comma?
A: One has claws at the end of its paws, and the other is a pause at the end of a clause.

Q: Why should you never date an apostrophe?
A: They’re too possessive

Q: What do you call Santa’s little helpers?
A: Subordinate clauses

Q: What happened when the verb asked the noun to conjugate?
A: The noun declined.

I invented a new word! Plagiarism.

Never leave alphabet soup on the stove and then go out.
It could spell disaster.

Q: How many mystery writers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Two. One to screw the bulb almost all the way in, and one to give a surprising twist at the end.

Q: What should you say to comfort the grammar police?
A: “There, their, they’re.”

When I was a kid, my teacher looked my way and said, “Name two pronouns.”
I said, “Who, me?”

I before e… except when you run a feisty heist on a weird beige foreign neighbour.

“Write a wise saying and your name will live forever.” —Anonymous.

Thank you for dropping in today and I hope you are leaving with a smile on your face.. please pass it along.. thanks Sally.

33 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Laughter Lines Extra – Friday July 24th – Possible Book Titles and some Grammar funnies Host Sally Cronin

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  2. The first one is shocking! I do love the importance of punctuation one and the one with all the ei words. Thanks – you’ve made a grey, wet day brighter!

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  3. I loved all of these, so funny. Especially how to sooth the grammar police ” there, their, they’re”.
    You and Debby always make me smile so I am returning the favour .
    Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Expert Says
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    Miners Refuse to Work After Death
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    War Dims Hope for Peace
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    Red Tape Holds Up New Bridges
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    Man Struck By Lightning: Faces Battery Charge
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    Kids Make Nutritious Snacks
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    Typhoon Rips Through Cemetery; Hundreds Dead
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