Author: Gemma Correll
Publisher: Dog & Bone
Release Date: 2014
Puns often mistakenly get a bad rep, but if they're good enough for Oscar Wilde and Shakespeare (whose work featured over 3000 puns), it's good enough for us. Hot off the back of her incredibly popular Monday Punday online series, Gemma Correll has surveyed her army of punning fans to create this hilarious collection of her best illustrated puns, as well as lots of new ones. Over the following pages you will see grin-inducing puns such as Wonton Cruelty featuring sadistic dim sim, or rotten eggs hurling abuse at each other. The sweet tooth has brought you some flowers and the seal of approval is very pleased to meet you. Wth over 50 puns, this book will bring a smile to even the most miserable person's face.
Artist Frida Clements playfully combines colorfully detailed flora and fauna drawings with funny hand-lettered wordplay in this collection of beautifully illustrated puns. Honey, bee yourself! Gopher it. Don't be koi. Like puns? That's coo, says the pigeon. Hate puns? Birch, please. Bringing a giggle (and sometimes a groan) with each inspired page, this clever ebook makes a lovely and lighthearted gift for fans of witty humor and illustration. Having a bad hare day? Feeling a little antsy? What the hail, just dill with it, and for fox sake, have a little pun.
The Ultimate Collection of Punny Wordplay Make every day funny punny with this massive book of over 1,400 puns. Perfect for word nerds, class clowns, and dads everywhere, never miss an opportunity to deliver a groan-inducing, yet hilarious one-liner. • The pliers said to the wrench, “Get a grip. You're losing it!" • The marionette’s cardiologist warned him to change his lifestyle because he was too high-strung. • When the President’s family picnic was hit by a cold hard rain, the band struck up “Hail to The Chief". • Q: How do vampires like their stakes? A: Rare. • Do dealers in Las Vegas casinos walk with a shuffle? • The young ear of corn was considered a rising star in the Marine Corps; he quickly rose to the rank of kernel.
From the author of "Complete Pun Book" comes an all new collection. Here, readers will find a hilarious abundance of pun-ishment for the millions who can't resist giving a word or phrase a twist--and ammunition for many occasions from movie, TV and theater wags; from the wits of Wall Street and Washington; the gems from poets and pundits and some of the bottom-of-the-barrel crumbs! Introduction by Bob Hope. **Lightning Print On Demand Title
With more than 1 million greeting cards sold, Scott Hilburn's The Argyle Sweater dresses up the funny page with an argyle-wearing assortment of cavemen, bears, moths, and pompadour-styled humans, along with an occasional evil scientist. Boasting a readership ranging from the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times to the Calgary Herald, The Argyle Sweater fuses Hilburn's visceral talent and bold pen stroke. What results is a cerebrally astute cartoon panel that comments on popular culture, human nature, and society in a clever and spontaneous way.
In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it, including The Dystopian Zodiac, Reward Stickers for Grown-Ups, Palm Reading for Millennials, and a Map of the Introvert's Heart. For all you fellow agonizers, fretters, and nervous wrecks, this book is for you. Read it and weep...with laughter
Hundreds of jokes congregate in this amazing compilation of some of the greatest bad jokes and puns there are. Uniting several forms of terrible gag in one ceaseless, relentless volume, A Book of Bad Jokes, Pitiful Puns, Woeful Wordplay and Ridiculous Riddles is intended to be a text that every aspiring or current bad joke teller would love in his library. Authored by known pun and bun master Hugh Jass, this manual intends to amuse and educate its readers on the art of inventing truly awful humor. Ample quantities of ideas and an exhaustive demonstration of the form used mean that you can not only cringe, but create your own horrific jokes. After introducing the book and its uses, Hugh takes us through an enormous combination of terrible one-liners and question and answer jokes. The conclusion of the book meanwhile is framed in riddles both ordinary and poetic in form. Despite the all-round awfulness of what's shown, the author is keen to point out the utility of what's here. The demonstrative use of wordplay is ample, meaning that readers can start to pick up and assimilate the technique. After having absorbed the hundreds of silly gags present, you may even start to invent your own! A superb little gift or stocking filler at Christmas, this abysmal compilation is sure to keep you and your loved ones cringing for hours!
Shawn Kennedy, the mad genius behind Funny Cryptograms and Scratch and Play Mystery Word Puzzles, is back with his wildest book of puzzles yet: Pun Amok. Solvers get a small handful of punny clues, like “Mug shot” for ESPRESSO, and a bunch of letter tiles. When the tiles bearing the letters of each clue answer are eliminated, the remaining tiles can be arranged to answer a bonus clue. These demented puzzles with test your brain and tickle your funny bone!
This one goes out to the PUNS we love! Welcome to the PUN-derfully witty, purposely playful book full of farm-fresh twists on common words and phrases. This laugh-out-loud, eye-rolling, groan-inducing, all-audiences book takes you on a side-splitting journey to the PUNNY farm and beyond! You'll laugh until the cows come home. Or so we've HERD.
Lots of pun books claim to have hundreds of puns, but they really just offer a few dozen good ones mixed in with other types of jokes or quotes. This book actually contains over 500 excellent and original puns: It's real, it's quality, and it's rather large indeed. What more do you need?