It’s Friday, and the week that feels like it has been a very long, very busy one is not over yet. Some weeks are just like that.
When I discovered this gem of a post while eating my lunch, it made my day. Laughter is great therapy, after all, and knowing there is another blogger out there with a similar sense of humour to mine isn’t hurting, either.
So here’s a shoutout to Christine Seifert, to laughter, and to Friday afternoons brightened by someone else’s creativity.
I love searching through out-of-print books and finding those that have aged particularly poorly. Here are my recent favorites. I found all of them on out-of-print booksellers’ sites.
The description of the book reassures readers that all experiments are perfectly “safe.” But really?
This is supposed to be a kids’ version of Adam and Eve. I know the image is blurry, but if you look closely, they are naked. What could possibly go wrong with putting nude cartoon kids on a book cover? And since when did Adam and Eve have a Dalmatian?
Instructions for children’s crafts to totally freak out ginger kids.
There is no good way to explain to the kid reading this book what’s going to happen to that bird.
Subtitle: How to mess with a poor old lady who, until she met you, didn’t think she was losing her marbles.
Ah, something seems terribly wrong here.
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