The Bride of Anguished English: A Bonanza of Bloopers, Blunders, Botches, and Boo-Boos

The Bride of Anguished English A Bonanza of Bloopers Blunders Botches and Boo Boos Fans of Richard Lederer s Anguished English series will cherish this newest installment of the author s latest chronicle of the gifts and gaffes of our oddball language From headlines to menus studen

  • Title: The Bride of Anguished English: A Bonanza of Bloopers, Blunders, Botches, and Boo-Boos
  • Author: Richard Lederer Jim McLean
  • ISBN: 9780312300388
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fans of Richard Lederer s Anguished English series will cherish this newest installment of the author s latest chronicle of the gifts and gaffes of our oddball language From headlines to menus, student papers to politicians speeches, every embarrassing example is true and wonderfully funny.

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    604 Comment

    • Jet says:

      It started out funny - but I reckon, too much of a good thing is not necessarily better. I did have a few laughs at some of the most random examples Lederer quoted. I have a few friends who are teachers and will definitely love this book, if only to lift examples and entertain their English classes. Still, if you read it, read it in small doses.

    • Tina says:

      I never thought I would read something that would make me laugh so hard that I not only cried but worried my husband as well! The chapter on the headlines in particular is where I lost it.

    • Charissa says:

      Meh. It was okay.

    • Aimee says:

      It was funny, some parts more so than others. This is an excellent "bathroom book." You know, the kind that's easy to stop and start so you can read it in the bathroom.

    • Beverly says:

      A worthy successor to the first 2 books in the series, with much of the humor resulting from malapropisms, misplaced modifiers, misspellings, or dangling participles and dangling clauses.

    • Brandon Byrd says:

      Funny like the previous books. Some content is repeated from previous books, though most is fresh.

    • Mike says:

      If laughter is the best medicine, this is a miracle cure.

    • Sheila Coldiron says:

      I laughed until I cried and then laughed some more until my side ached. If you don't get your daily quota of laughs, this book will fulfill the requirement.

    • Melody says:

      Funny stuff!

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