The Weird Writer’s Waning Weekly Witticisms

Here is the answer to last week’s witticism #23:

Question: Why did the struggling author not cross the road?

Answer: He was at a dead end!

Wistfully, the Weird Writer’s Weekly Weak Witticism has wheezed its woebegone end.

Thanks to everyone who crossed the road on this journey and especially to those who submitted answers.

Now, watch for Canada 150, starting soon, a celebration of the country from coast-to-coast-to coast with excerpts from Roaming The Big Land: Flavours of Canada about every province and territory. There will also be images posted from our journeys, reflecting the distinct character of every region.

Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Award, 2011, in the category of culinary travel. Available from: www.penumbrapress.com.

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 23

First, the answer to last week’s question:

What happened when the car hit the author crossing the road?

Short answer: It was a write off!

Long answer: A witness overlooking the accident from a second STORY balcony, had to PAGE a doctor because it looked like the author was in a BIND likely having broken his SPINE!

Now, this week’s question:

Why did the struggling author not cross the road?

Please open the comment box to submit your answer. If it is commendable, you will be eligible to receive one of the author’s books of your choosing, autographed with a personal note, for only $15 Cdn., including shipping to any address in Canada. For other countries, please inquire. To arrange details, please email: terdotcomm@sympatico.ca.

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Sensational publications for silly puns!

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism #22

First, the answer to last week’s question:

Question: Why do authors cross the road whenever they see a vegetable stand?

Answer: They’re always looking for a new market!

Now, this week’s question:

What happened when the car hit the author crossing the road?

Please submit your answer in the comment box below. If it is commendable, you will be eligible to receive one of the author’s books of your choosing, autographed with a personal note, for only $15 Cdn., including shipping to any address in Canada. For other countries, please inquire. To arrange details, please email: terdotcomm@sympatico.ca.

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Absorbing reads for appalling puns!

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 21

First, the answer to last week’s question:

Question: Why did the author cross the road that was being paved?

Answer: She wanted to have her own imprint!

Now, this week’s question:

Why do authors cross the road whenever they see a vegetable stand?

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Inspiring books for inane jokes!

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 20

First, the answer to last week’s question:

Question: Why did the struggling author sigh after crossing the road?

Answer: All she could see ahead was an uphill climb!

Now this week’s question:

Why did the author cross the road that was being repaved?

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Popular publications for poor puns!

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 19

First, here’s the answer to last week’s question:

Question: Why did the author read as she crossed the road?

Answer: She wanted to kindle interest in her novel!

Now, this week’s question:

Why did the struggling author sigh after crossing the road?

Please open the comment box to submit your answer. If it is commendable, you will be eligible to receive one of the author’s books of your choosing, autographed with a personal note, for only $15 Cdn., including shipping to any address in Canada. For other countries, please inquire.  To arrange details, please email: terdotcomm@sympatico.ca.

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Unforgettable reads for forgettable jokes!

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 18

First, the answer to last week’s question.

Question: What happened to the author who crossed the road on a red light?

Answer: She ended up in a policeman’s book!

Now this week’s question

Why did the author read as she crossed the road?

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Good books in exchange for bad jokes!

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