Archive for 'funny'

All characters wait here

A surprisingly accurate depiction of my writing process.

"All characters wait here": a comic by Tom Gauld.

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Abandoned Books

*sob*

Cartoon by Tom Gauld: Abandoned Books

by Tom Gauld

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Cosmopolitan, Regency style? Yes, please!

Hahaha, I’d totally subscribe to this.

Image: a mock edition of Cosmopolitan magazine, with a Regency-era twist

via the Jane Austen Centre on Twitter

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And later on . . .

This makes me smile.
Photo of a baby and a large dog looking at each other; the caption reads "And later on . . . when you learn to walk and run, we can chase cats!"

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People who use bookmarks . . . and monsters

I have to admit two things. One: I’m a total bookmark person. (Almost anything will work in a pinch: envelopes, receipts, a movie ticket, Post-it notes, a piece of string . . .) Two: I have gotten huffy when people have dog-eared books I’m fond of.

A cartoon: There are two types of people. People who use bookmarks . . . and monsters.

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You’re gonna be just fine

It’s good to have a doctor you trust.

Photo of a little girl using a stethoscope to 'listen' to the heart of an enormous dog patiently sitting next to her.

via the Cult Cat on Twitter

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Some helpfully abridged classics

For those of us short on time.

"(even more) abridged classics": a comic by John Atkinson, Wrong Hands

via John Atkinson, Wrong Hands

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The 12 Days of Pride and Prejudice

Here’s something to get us Jane Austen fans in the holiday spirit . . . the Twelve Days of Pride and Prejudice! Isn’t this a hoot? The Jane Austen Centre posted it on Twitter, and I had to share!

The Twelve Days of Pride and Prejudice. A holiday infographic via the Jane Austen Centre on Twitter.

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On finishing a book

This has happened to me countless times. You?

 

"Now what do I do with my life?" A comic via anythingcomic.com

“Now what do I do with my life?” A comic via anythingcomic.com

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