Monday chuckles — National Library Week edition

❧ I asked the librarian where to find a book of patriotic American songs. She said “Over there.”

❧ I asked the librarian where to find books about paranoia. She whispered, “They’re right behind you.”

❧ I asked the librarian for a book about Pavlov’s dog and Schrödinger’s cat. She said it rang a bell, but she didn’t know if it was there or not.

❧ I asked the librarian for a book on engine lubricants. She said to look in the nonfriction section.

❧ I asked the librarian to recommend an author who wrote dinosaur novels. She said, “Try Sarah Topps.”

❧ I asked the librarian for a book about Stockholm Syndrome. She told me the first few chapters were horrible, but by the end, I would love it.

14 Responses to Monday chuckles — National Library Week edition

  1. […] via Monday chuckles — National Library Week edition — bluebird of bitterness […]

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  2. floridaborne says:

    LOL! These are so horribly funny!

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  3. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    More chuckles from BlueBird 😂

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  4. Lol lol lol. 😀

    My husband loves to read more than anyone I have ever known, even more than me. Which I didn’t think was possible until we met. He reads several books a week, often at the rate of one entire book in a single day.

    But he hates libraries. When I asked him why, he said “I hate having to bring books back!”

    Yeah, we pretty much live in a library. Sigh.

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  5. jenny_o says:

    Love these! Wordplay is the best 🙂

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  6. V.M.Sang says:

    Very funny and clever.

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  7. Reblogged this on Musings on Life & Experience and commented:
    Enjoy National Library Week.

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