5 Stars Silly Frilly Grandma Tillie Laurie A, Jacobs Anne Jewett Flashlight Press 32 Pages Ages: 5 and up Inside Jacket: Â Sophie and Chloe are lucky that their Grandma Tillie knows how to be royally silly. To their delight, whenever Grandma Tillie babysits she seems to disappear, only to be replaced by a parade of [...]Add a Comment
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Blog: Kid Lit Reviews (Login to Add to MyJacketFlap)
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Blog: Elizabeth Varadan's Fourth Wish (Login to Add to MyJacketFlap)
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Blog: Time Machine, Three Trips: Where Would You Go? (Login to Add to MyJacketFlap)
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Clowns are fun. We laugh and are amused by their antics. However, we are frightened by clowns that are evil or possessed. Here are ten things that you should not say to a possessed clown:
1. You have great makeup. I especially like your red teeth. They’re so colorful.
2. Would you like to have dinner at our house? Why are you looking at me like I’m a piece of meat?
3. Will you quit growling. It’s not nice to scream bloody murder. Come on, lighten up.
4. Did you say I’m smart? I see. You said that you’d like a piece of my heart.
5. Why are you juggling chainsaws?
6. Please don’t spray seltzer water at me. I see. It’s not seltzer water. It’s blood.
7. What do you look like when you wipe off your makeup? I see. You look like a Zombie.
8. Why do you wear such big shoes? I see. It’s to hide your hairy, curled up feet.
9. Can I be in your act? I see. You’ll perform magic and saw me in half.
10. Are you married? I see. Your wife has flaming red hair, a bright red nose, and a ghoulish white face.Add a Comment
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As soon as humans had something to trade, advertising must have been invented. Maybe the first flint knappers didn't need to take a full page advert in the Avebury Argos, but they must have somehow let people know what they were making, whether it was demonstrating their skill directly, or hoping that work of mouth would communicate where to go to trade for the best skinning flint available to man. As soon as print was invented the possibilities increased dramatically, and in more recent centuries the need to advertise has spawned a plethora of agencies, all falling over each other to create ever more effective ways of selling us almost anything. I think it was Lord Lever who said something to the effect that fifty percent of his advertising was wasted, but he didn't know which fifty percent.