virus to virus

“Every time I sneeze, cough or blow my nose; my cat is all, ‘Dude. WTF?'”

“That’s why they call it cattitude. Freak out that feline by starting to Gazoon High Twizzle.”


“The American writer Sylvia Wright coined the term mondegreen in her essay ‘The Death of Lady Mondegreen,’ which was published in Harper’s Magazine in November 1954. In the essay, Wright described how, as a young girl, she misheard the final line of the first stanza from the 17th century ballad ‘The Bonnie Earl O’ Murray.'”

“A girl meets a guy in a subway station. Sort of. He whistles masterfully every night, she keeps coming back just to listen. They never speak, but there’s something between them.”

“This library is working toward replacing a 40-year-old building that’s seen better days. All profit from the novel goes to the library as follows. It’s a snap to change the novel’s price, so depending on the day that you buy …”

“A second effort, just underway, is downright flaky and convoluted, but may also bring widespread attention to our library as the one that helped create a household word and change etiquette as we know it. The explanation (convoluted, remember) is: My wife and our teen sons wrote a novel together and self-published it. We attributed our novel to pseudonym MANDY GREEN …”