It’s pretty common for today’s media to have suggested hashtags so we can join the community of fans talking about a (theoretically) shared experience. You see them in movie trailers. They pop-up on your screen multiple times during your favorite TV show. And even books will often include a suggested hashtag on the back cover.
Recently, I’ve seen a ton of posts that posit what it might look like if classic TV show XYZ had suggested hashtags. My favorite one is for Friends. So I started wondering what it would look like if our favorite classic works of literature had similarly suggested Twitter hashtags…
January is the time for new year's resolutions, right? Going to the gym. Eating healthier. Calling your mom more often. Sure, those work. But, as book lovers, we should draw our inspiration from our favorite literature, right?
published by Brett Cohen on September 6, 2013 - 10:16am
Is your child tired of the same old, boring school lunch? Well, I've got an easy way to mix things up AND make your kid cooler at the same time. Behold printable jokes to be included in the lunch box.
Imagine your child's delight as he removes the turkey sandwich to find a little something special tucked next to the bag of chips. "What's this?" he may say to himself as he opens it and giggles quietly. His friends will ask "what's so funny?" Soon, a crowd forms and he quickly becomes the envy of his peers as they gather around each day waiting to be brought to tears with laughter.
Individual results may vary. But, you get my point.
To get started, just print out and cut the sheet up as indicated. Include one joke each day--there's enough for 3 school weeks! And, there are more where these came from inside Monkeyfarts: Wild & Wacky Jokes for Kids.
Labor Day is approaching. And, while many are planning their end-of-summer BBQ, millions of people are preparing for their fantasy football seasons. And, the first dilemma they face will be the creative challenge of naming their team. Tons of web sites exist just to help owners come up with witty names like The Mallers, Trophy Wife, Somewhere over Dwayne Bowe, and Forgetting Brandon Marshall.
I typically rely on some pop culture references from my favorite movies and TV shows (Code Red, Flux Capacitor, and The Peach Pit). This year, I thought it might be fun to draw inspiration from books. So, here I share some of my ideas for bookish FFL team names: