Seriously? You're Gonna Name Your Kid Almondine? That's Nuts!

Seriously? You're Gonna Name Your Kid Almondine? That's Nuts! : Unique Baby Names Parents Should Never Give Their Kids as Jokes, Puns, One-Liners, Double Entendres, Bon Mots, Amphibolies, Comedy & Silliness.

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This is the first volume of "Seriously? You're Gonna Name Your Kid?" baby names jokes, puns, one-liners, double entendres, bon mots, amphibolies, silliness and comedy. This is a humor book of outrageous, unique baby boys names and baby girls names parents should never give their kids, and the comical reactions one might have to them. Written as a one-sided dialogue rhetorically questioning the over 300 bizarre names proposed by fictitious parents for their offspring. You'll groan, laugh, smirk, chortle, titter, guffaw, bust a gut, tickle your funny bone and wonder: How'd you get that name?! The author invites reader contributions. Send him your Seriously? jokes. The author's favorites will be cited with your name. Now get out there and call people names! This book makes a great gift for birthdays, showers, pregnancies, childbirths, anniversaries, holidays and every day! This book covers topics including humorous puns & jokes, one-liners, children's names, baby boys names, baby girls names, comedy nicknames, parenting, maternity, paternity, parenthood and so much more!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.54mm | 113.4g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514139421
  • 9781514139424

About Joel Martin Kohn

TV & Movie Star Ed Asner wrote: "Your book gave me gas - of the laughing kind and I found it funny and charming." Judith Stix, St. Louis poet, wrote: "Just the covers brought me to laughing - giggling - chuckling - and also for reasons I can't explain, brought tears to my eyes." Jacqueline Miller, CEO, Partnerships for Change, wrote: "Thanks for the hilarious book!" Carolyn Losos, former director, Leadership St. Louis, wrote: "We enjoyed your book of puns. It was great fun reading it. Sometimes I just burst out laughing."show more