Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Some European Humor



I may write something completely different in the future, but with this book I'm on a dangerous path; I'll try to make you laugh. The book is not long, but hopefully it'll take some time to read it if your laughter prevents you from reading it fast.

I may write something completely different in the future, but with this book I'm on a dangerous path; I'll try to make you laugh. The book is not long, but hopefully it'll take some time to read it if your laughter prevents you from reading it fast.


     Hopefully you'll enjoy reading about when Doc Hooligan came to town to draw against a local boy in the first story: "The Duel". 

     In "And That's How We Came On Top Of Things", you'll learn why there are only ten commandments. This gripping story will no doubt leave you not only flabbered, but also ghasted! 
 
     In "Hoofs and Proofs", the story about the horse that felt trapped in a man's body, will make you rear and neigh! 
 
     The fourth is called "The Lesson". Does the Mayor of Locobano really have a snake's personality? 
 
     In another, "As the Crow Flew Gently Backwards", you'll learn about a young man's encounter with a mature woman, who in this case happens to be a bit…no, I mean a witch! 
 
     The sixth, "From Here to Hanukkah", features a nostalgic elderly lady whose love life catches up with her. 
 
     Learn "How To Fill a Void" when three people have just died simultaneously, but uh oh! There's only one vacancy into heaven! How. Will. It. End? 
 
     "Mr. Flinch Is Coming For Dinner", is future realism (does that genre exist?) about an old lady who defies the authorities just to make organic meatballs for her gentleman caller. True love, isn't it? 
 
In "For No Extra Charge", you'll get to learn about Hyacynthia Blowdiddle and her brief adventure with a devoted taxidermist. 
 
     Oh-oh - in "Snafu In Sector Z", there's a crisis behind enemy line in this military mission in a foreign country; the Colonel's wife's dog is missing! But help has arrived. Major Quacker has flown in to hopefully save the day. 
 
     The "The Fisherman Who Asked The Sea", is a short-short piece that will tell you about the lonely fisherman who dealt with his situation. 
 
    Finally, the last story has a bit of a tragic base. But what's comedy without a serious and slightly tragic foundation? The magic between a boy and his grandfather is described here, in "Learning To Fly".
 
I hope to hear giggles and laughter from the universe. If you like the stories, please write a review!
 
 
 

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