Monday, 16 May 2011

Laughter is the Best Medicine Blogfest: He He Ha Ha Ho Ho!

Guten morgen, folks! A nice and easy ride today. Leigh T. Moore and Lydia Kang are hosting a blogfest in which we have to post our favourite writer joke. Mine's short. It goes like this:

Punctuation neglect kills.

"Let's eat Grandma."

Have a great day, all! Just click on either Leigh's or Lydia's name to fine the list of other particiapants! :o)


50 comments:

  1. LOL. It is good to smile on a Monday! :)

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  2. Hahhaaha Oh man! This was excellent thank you!

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  3. I love punctuation jokes! Happy Monday, Jessica!

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  4. Good one. I live in fear of making this kind of error.

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  5. Haha...so true...on both counts. lol I'm actually writing a post about this subject soon.

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  6. good one! I find it unsettling when I realise I've made a similar mistake and someone points it out. ugh!

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  7. Ohmygosh, this made me think of that teacher comedian who did a whole thing on punctuation. I should have posted that, but it would have taken too much time.

    Great entry!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. LOL, LOL LOL.
    Excellent, good luck with the blogfest.
    Yvonne.

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  9. hahaha! The power of a comma!

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  10. Hehehe, that's why grammar is SO important!!

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  11. Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. Thanks for the laugh. (I found you as I am doing the blogfest too.)

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  12. hahaha that is a good one!

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  13. LOL! I love punctuation humor. :)

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  14. Crap. I forgot Lydia was co-host. Now I have to go fix my post.

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  15. Love stuff like that. I had a 2nd grade student once who used the word axe instead of ask, and we had a fun convo about how she really didn't have to axe her mother.

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  16. Haha! That's excellent! Thanks for the giggles. :D

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  17. Short and sweet. LOL! *run, Grandma, run*

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  18. Lol, yes it is good to laugh.
    Karen

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  19. Hello new here!

    LOL!! Very clever - had to read it twice! Thanks for the laugh!

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  20. hi miss jessica! ha ha that was way funny. for sure laughing is a good medicine. i miss you!
    ...hugs from lenny

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  21. I've seen that one before - it's a good one!

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  22. I love this joke. It never gets old.

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  23. Punctuation jokes are really funny.

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  24. Y'know, I think I may have made this punctuation mistake a few times myself. Hope it never led to cannibalism...

    Great post! :D

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  25. You don't have to "axe" me twice. This was funny and cute. Thanks, Roland

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  26. *snort*... then again, punctuation abuse can be just as dangers...

    Panda eats, shoots and leaves.

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  27. I'm laughing out loud here! So funny :-)

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  28. Oh, this gave me a good chuckle. So clever.

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  29. Haha! Nice one, Jessica. Poor Grandma! :D

    Rosie
    East for Green Eyes

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  30. HA!!!!!! very good. HA. christy

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  31. Writerly and funny! Very nice.

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  32. tehehehe - Can we eat fries and ketchup with grandma?

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  33. Haha I love writer jokes the most! Thank you for this, it was just what I needed as I am currently chugging through my first draft.

    ~TRA

    http://xtheredangelx.blogspot.com

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  34. Haha! With fava beans, of course.

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  35. I love punctuation jokes.

    I'm soooo sorry I didn't know about this blogfest.

    MM the Queen of English

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  36. BAH!!! Poor Grandma... Pass the lemon butter. :D *snort*

    thanks for playing. Hilarious~ <3

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  37. I have a Let's Eat Grandma coffee mug!

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  38. Hilarious. Poor Grams.

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  39. Yes - love that one! I believe there's even a Facebook page dedicated to the sentiment. :)

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  40. I love punctuation funnies. :) Thanks for sharing!

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  41. It sure did kill! Great joke.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  42. Hee hee! That's a good one, clever that it is about writing too :)

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