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Post-Mortem Depression: and other maladies of Engl

  • Authored by Jimmy Neureuther


    5" x 8" (12.7 x 20.32 cm) 
    Black & White on White paper
    92 pages
    ISBN-13: 978-0991045549 
    ISBN-10: 0991045548 
    BISAC: Humor / Topic / Language


    “My wife’s brother was born with a congenial heart murmur.” 
    “Humans differ from other animals because we have disposable thumbs.” 
    “That guy is always talking out of the side of his neck.” 
    Have you ever heard someone say something just wrong enough that you sort of understand them, yet you have to think about what you heard? Most people know what they mean to say but sometimes what comes out isn’t exactly correct. Other times, things sound so wrong, you can’t help but wonder what they were trying to say. Most of the words make sense but sometimes people mangle one or two of them and end up conveying something completely different. 
    Here then, for your amusement, is a collection of linguistic wrongdoings. Some are self-explanatory. Some deserve comment, which I’ve happily supplied. Couple these with some interesting pictures and you’ve got, 
    “Post Mortem Depression”

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