New Pun Book is a Treasury of Wit, Wisdom, Chuckles and Belly Laughs

April 15, 2010

BAYSIDE, N.Y., April 15 /PRNewswire/ — A new book, Pun Enchanted Evenings: 746 Original Word Plays, by David R. Yale, is the only source of answers to many of today’s perplexing questions, like:

    Why shouldn't you put a baby's dirty
     diapers in the laundry bin?
    You wouldn't want to hamper his
    Which tropical islands are havens for
    The Ant hillies!
    Why do men want to kiss women on the
     first date?
    Because they think it's the quick-kiss
     way to get what they want!
    Why did early computer designers avoid
     the binary number system?
    Because they thought it was un-ten-able!
    Why wouldn't the senator accept the
     lobbyist's gift of a leather jacket?
    His constituents would know he was suede!
    What would you think about a potion that
     turns people into cats?
    I don't know, but it would give me paws!
    Why did the moron think he owned the
     place after he got 25 cents interest on
     his savings account?
    Because he had a quarter interest in the
    What kind of cereal do uncouth people

Covering every subject, from Arizona to zealous crusaders, Pun Enchanted Evenings will provide hours of amusement for pun, riddle, and moron joke lovers.

Pun Enchanted Evenings, ISBN 978-0-9791766-4-7, is available in paperback from amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, www.amazon.co.uk , and www.amazon.ca. 108 pages long, it sells for $9.97. It is also offered as an eBook from www.smashwords.com for $5.97, ISBN 978-0-9791766-6-1. Smashwords offers a free sample of the first hundred puns in the book. The book is suitable for people 18+ years old. For more information, go to www.bestpuns.com.

The author of Pun Enchanted Evenings, David R. Yale, has had fiction published in Midstream, Response, and Jewish Braille Review. Yale studied fiction with Grace Paley at the University of Massachusetts Juniper Institute and Joe Caldwell at the 92nd Street YMHA.

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SOURCE A Healthy Relationship Press LLC

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