Thursday, 12 June 2008

Fluffiness required!

OK..here I am lightening up a bit.

There's a sick bit of me that really loves proofreading errors. Alternative versions of my own book title are coming in thick and fast...I have typed 'More about the snog' a few times already and I love that - like a set of handy tongue tips from a 1980s 'My Guy' magazine! Also a printing firm sent me out a quote with the title 'More about the dog'. How surreal...except how real... now that I seem to live in that bloody magical kingdom of dogs after all...and boy, what a filthy kingdom it is!

Other suggestions welcome..

12 comments:

hope said...

How about a Christmas version...
"More About the Nog" ? ;)

Rachel Fox said...

Moron on about the song?

Fiendish said...

Loving all your suggestions, Rachel... unfortunately my punning abilities aren't up to much. "Moron on about the song" - love it!

Rachel Fox said...

Yes, I tend to think it's better to say the obvious piss-take of yourself before someone else does...

Sorlil said...

still laughing at moron on about the song!

Rachel Fox said...

OK, OK...now as long as you're all laughing with me, not at me!
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I had a bad porno thought too...'More about the dong'...I'm still damaged by a photo that was passed around our 2nd year Human Studies class (passed around by a naughty boy, obviously, not the teacher...the school wasn't that liberal!)

Rachel Fox said...

And surely there's a 'head shop' somewhere called 'More about the bong'...

Rachel Fox said...

And now I'm on a roll..the double page spread in 'Heat' about celebrity bottom shots called 'More about the thong'.

hope said...

Ah, you are leading me down a path of bad puns.

After the "porn" comment the next thought I had was, "Moron...about the snog." ;)

Rachel Fox said...

Yes, that's the office party collection...

Charles Christian said...

I noticed your blog thread about typos - I'm using a slightly fluffy wireless keybard on my Mac which rndomly omits characters ever so often (one back there) - with 'sometimes hilarious results' (please read that last phrase in a post-modern, mock ironic way, ideally with incidental music from Terry & June playing in the background) and adds a whole new dimension to poof reading.

Rachel Fox said...

Ah, the poofreading...may it never end!
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