You are here

humour

Genre: <i>Humour</i>

The genre Humour incorporates texts that are funny or humourous.

Genre: 
Key words: 
Blog Type: 

Short story: <i>Aspiration</i>

I like to ensure that, before I leave the house for the morning, my beard is freshly trimmed, my teeth are shining like a toothpaste commercial, and the tips of my shoes are gleaming with reflected early morning sunlight. I use cold cream on my face at night to keep my skin elastic, and every second evening place cucumber slices over my closed eyes to restore that green glint, to reduce redness, and to slow down the aging process.

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Blog Type: 

Short story: <i>The Master</i>



It takes a lot of self-discipline to do what I do.

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Blog Type: 

Book review: <i>British As A Second Language</i> by David Bennun


the cover of the book

If this was a restaurant, it would serve Springbok kebabs with a union jack spiked, half-jokingly, into the top.

Publisher: 
Review Type: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Author: 

Acrostic: <i>Fireman</i>


fireman

The fireman, his eyes

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Blog Type: 

Book blog: The guide to <i>The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy</i>



Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy*, the idea for which initially came to him while lying drunk and penniless in a field far from home, grew from a modest radio program into stage shows, a trilogy of five books, a television series, a computer game, a comic book series, a series of towels, a Hollywood blockbuster, and re-adaptions for radio—and, of course, a fabulously successful worldwide phenomena.

Blog Type: 

Book review: <i>Chart Throb</i> by Ben Elton



If this was about Big Brother, rather than UK Idol, and marginally less sucky, it would be called Dead Famous, the author's previous literary nadir.

Publisher: 
Review Type: 
Taxonomy upgrade extras: 
Author: 
Subscribe to RSS - humour