This collection showcases Dominique's prolific creative mind. She's a pun factory! Kudos to you, Dominique, and keep them coming!
(D.M. - San Francisco, CA, USA)
Just like an experienced pilot, these jokes land smoothly every time.
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(G. Nevins - Parañaque, Philippines)
I have never seen a book full of such thought provoking humour. So many ways of thinking about things that no one has thought of. A unique mind in action.
(L. Moriarty - Tugun, QLD, Australia)
Very good play on words in the English language showing mastery of phonetics with subtle humor. Well done. Congratulations!
(P.H. Monteleone - Metuchen, NJ, USA)
If you think puns are pun-ny heres the book for you! 365 puns and brain teasers to keep you and your family occupied every day of the year.
(F. Trapaga - Sydney, NSW, Australia)
Dominique’s book reminds of me jokes I would crack to my younger sister when we were kids. The lines evoke child-like wit, a form of entertainment that is lost — and very much welcome — to the busy and anxious adult mind. I foresee this book as a useful read while bonding with children.
(L. Lachica - Taguig, Philippines)
76) What is the opposite of affogato?
197) When can you buy an American Tourister bag and a High Sierra bag on specials?
--not on a Samson-day but on a Samson-night (...Samsonite)
203) Where are beheaded heads collected?
--in the head office
262) Who is King Arthur's bloody doctor?
--the Sir-John (...surgeon)
322) Why is there a Starbucks corner in an Australian Courtroom?
--because they need a barista (...barrister)
327) How do bullfighters prepare an entrance?
--They mat-a-door. (...matador)