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Alas, there is a thing as Too Much Garlic.

I went to San Francisco for a weekend immersion Irish language course AND to visit my best friend, Kim. Kim took me to The Stinking Rose, a garlic restaurant just on the edge of Chinatown. With the basket of bread,

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Tales From Bulfinche’s Pub at 99 cents!

Tales From Bulfinche’s Pub–  the first book in the beloved Murphy’s Lore humorous fantasy series now only 99 cents! Let’s admit it. The world is far from perfect. Nobody believes in magic anymore. Or gods. Or vampires. Hope itself is on

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Harbinie of Death – Farstrider Magazine

A lovely, funny short story from a fellow author, JJ Litke. A mix of Neil Gaiman and Douglas Adams… I only wish I could be this light and clever in my writing. And I suck at short stories.   Source:

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This hilarious joke involving Prince somehow made it past the TV-G censors — RareRare

I definitely remember this bit!   If you’re familiar with children’s shows at all, then you know that the creators of those shows will do damn near anything to get a more “adult” joke past the pretty strict TV-G censors.

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Cheap Flights, Cheap Flights!

Must share. I’ve seen it before, but it’s fecking hilarious! Don’t miss information on Celtic myth and history, as well as practical travel planning tips, and hidden places, in my travel books. – Stunning, Strange and Secret: A Guide to

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