A rather poor play on words   6 comments

A play on words Portsmouth

Honestly I don’t know why the owners of the Chinese takeaway in Portsmouth, UK bothered, the Chinese do a much better job of murdering the English language than they ever could don’t they!

About the Author

The Cat Portrait2

The Cat is one of the most successful feline authors in the history of Catkind. His sharp elegant wit has produced the bestselling book ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and of course the much plagiarised gag of the same name which appears on all of the funniest joke sites on the internet.

Copies of the Cat’s masterpiece of feline literature ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and his latest wonderful book ‘The Cat’s Travelogue’ can be purchased at a bookstore near you or from the internet at Amazon.com and here for the Travelogue The Cat’s Travelogue Paperback Edition or at what The Cat calls his www – wickedly wonderful website here www.thecatsdiary.com where you can not only learn more about me the genius Cat but also play my games they are all paw picked by me and have been described as “exactly what free on-line games should be, fun, free and fantastic.”

I would like to tell you all about something new and rather nice that you can get from the Apple iBooks store, no not ‘Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary’ and his latest wonderful book you have been able to get that for ages, no something else rather wonderful. You can get John Woodcock’s brilliantly illustrated book the first in the series called ‘The Trams of Prague’

This heavily illustrated books created especially for iPads, Pods and Phones called Tram No 6 is the Naughtiest of Trams and it looks amazing.

If you would like to get this exceptional book the easy way, just click on this link:
Trams of Prague – Tram No6 is the Naughtiest of Trams

Don’t forget dear cuddly readers one and all that my translator’s heavily illustrated book has just been made available at the iBookstore or iTunes – what was it with Steve Jobs and all of the ‘i’s’?

To get whizzed straight to the store whatever it’s called just click on the picture of the cover of that wonderful book below.

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6 responses to “A rather poor play on words

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  1. they butcher the English language..waaaaaaaaaaaah. This is so weird to say considering I am Korean, also an American. lol

    • Yes they do, mind you as you suggest Koreans and Americans have been known to casually mug the English language too, sadly it is a trait of modern life these days. I watched a couple of British TV series the other day, ‘Top Boy’ and ‘Luther’ (which has the guy from ‘The Wire’ in it and worth a watch) and ‘Top Boy’ more than the other was written in what I can only describe as a “drug patois,” except that say for instance New Orleans patois is rather elegant, and the people who invented Gumbo can be forgiven anything! Har ha.

  2. fyi..why can Woks be “wong”? cant they be wRIGHT..

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