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?

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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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The Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 17

First, last week’s winning answer.

Question: Why did the author crossing the road disappear from sight?

Answer: She was a ghost writer!

Now, this week’s question:

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

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Good books for corny jokes!

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The Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism #16

First, last week’s answer:

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Question: Why did the author cross the road by the fountain?

Answer: She was looking for a pen name!

Now this week’s question:

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Why did the author crossing the road disappear from sight?

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Sort of funny jokes for definitely fun reads!

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Weekly Witticism #15

Here’s the answer to last week’s question:

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Question: Why did the author, crossing the road with her manuscript, use an umbrella?

Answer: It was the perfect cover for her next novel!

Now, this week’s question:

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Why did the author cross the road by the fountain?

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Little laughs for lively literature!

 

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