Every once in a while, I feel the need to write something that's just purely pun--er, fun. Recently I had a death in my family. According to our family tradition, tragedy goes hand in hand with comedy. When someone close to us dies, we use humor to help us deal with it.
So I thought for a break I'd post this piece that my husband and I worked on together. Last year, we sent it in to the Reader's Digest black hole that is their submission pool and it got sucked in, never to return.
So here it is, for the enjoyment of writers and editors everywhere. If you know somebody who would appreciate our rather silly style of humor, send them a link to this page.
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