Happy Friday! As the days get a bit cooler and shorter, it is a great time to curl up with a good book and maybe a few book jokes too.
The other day I went to the library and I asked the librarian for a book on Schrodinger’s Cat and Pavlov’s dog. She said it rang a bell but she didn’t know if it was there or not.
Then I asked where I could find the self-help section. She just looked and me and told me that if she told me where it was, that would defeat the purpose.
Then I asked her if they had any books on paranoia. She leaned over and whispered, “they’re right behind you.”
Then She suggested a book about Stockholm Syndrome. It had a pretty bad start, but by the end I really liked it.
She also told me that she had won a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Librarians Association, it seems she had a storied career.
Last week, I started reading a book about an immortal dog. It was impossible to put down
I really liked the Harry Potter books but I think the character of Nearly Headless Nick was pretty poorly executed.
My grandson noticed me read “War and Peace”, and asked, “Why is that book so thick?” “Well,” I said, “it’s a long story.”
I have written a book on tapeworms. In hindsight, paper would have been better.
I am considering killing some characters in the book I am writing. I think it would definitely spice up my autobiography.
A chicken walks into a library, and says to the librarian: “Book, book, book.”
The librarian takes three books and hands them to the chicken.
On the way out the chicken runs into a frog and shows him the books and says: “Book, book, book.”
The frog replies: “Reddit, reddit, reddit.”
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Never judge a book by its movie.” ~ J. W. Eagan