Wanna laff? Need to laff? This book is a must have! The benefits for you will last a lifetime.
Written in dust on a picnic table on a windy day in Texas: 126 pages of good clean wholesome funny stuff along with information that'll change your life for the better.
Pocket Book size (4"x7")
Section 1 - The Science and Theology of Laughter.
Section 2 - The Therapy of Laughter with over 1,000 jokes.
Section 3 - Maintaining Brain Calm, Laughter Healing Quotes, Why I Wrote this Book for You
PLEASE NOTE: ALL profit from book sales goes to the food bank in my hometown of Sherman, Texas.
Sooner or later every Wanna Laff’s book readers will or have asked me, “What’s up with your funny bird logo?”
Well, his name is Boomie and he’s a very rare bird. He has a scientific name: Cardinalis Cyanocitta which means he’s kind of a mix between a Cardinal and a Blue Jay but with green eyes. This friendly little bird flutters from tree to tree in the thick cover of a lush forest. Usually he doesn’t stay put but for a minute or so on a branch. I was able to quickly sketch him when hiking in a Tennessee forest.
I liked him so much that he became my official Baby Boomer “logo” of which my son, Jonathan developed for me who also designed the cover for the Wanna Laff 3rd Edition book.
Boomie's quite the jokester. Instead of being a “song bird” he’ll tell you jokes until you tire of them. His jokes are a lot like “silly dad jokes”, you know... “groaners”. By the way, Boomie really liked most of the jokes I read to him from the final draft of my book before I had it printed. I even included some of his in it.
The following are wonderful to read aloud in a public place to your loved ones or even to strangers but especially to grandkids and teenagers as they will elicit extremely loud groans and blushing embarrassment… guaranteed!
Here are some questions I recently asked Boomie, and his out-on-a-limb answers were:
● Me: When should you buy a bird? Boomie: When it’s going cheep!
● Me: Did you hear the one about the crow and the telephone pole? Boomie: Yeah, he wanted to make a long-distance caw.
● Me: How does a bird with a broken wing manage to land safely? Boomie: With its sparrowchute. Duh.
● Me: Why did the little bird get in trouble at school? Boomie: Because he was caught tweeting on a test.
● Me: How do crows stick together in a flock? Boomie: Velcrow.
● Me: What do you get if you cross a duck with a firework? Boomie: A firequacker!
● Me: What robs you while you’re in the bathtub? Boomie: A robber ducky.
● Me: What’s the name of the canary that flew into the pastry dish? Boomie: Tweetie Pie!
● Me: How do you catch a unique bird? Boomie: Unique up on it.
● Me: What's the difference between a fly and a bird? Boomie: A bird can fly but a fly can't bird.
● Me: What does a 500 lb. canary say? Boomie: Here kitty, kitty, kitty!
● Me: What do you get when you run over a bird with your lawnmower? Boomie: Shredded Tweet!
● Me: How do you get down off an elephant? Boomie: You don’t! You get down off a duck.
● Me: What did Baby Boomers call a chicken in the 1960’s? Boomie: A funky chicken.
● Me: A traveling sideshow puts up a help wanted ad. A guy gets all excited and applies. The sideshow owner brings him in for an interview and asks, “Ok, what's your talent? What can you do for me?” The guy says, “I do a really great bird impression!” The owner responds, “Hey, no thanks. Plenty of people can do that.” So the guy says, “Oh, okay...well thanks anyway,” and flies away. Boomie: flies away.
Also, if you’re ever out hiking in the woods or a forest and you’re not feeling too good, be sure and look up for Boomie as he’ll give you a tweetment.