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The Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book: Great Guffaws for Gryffindor (Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book)
By Brian Boone, Amanda Brack. 2017
Why did Voldemort cross the road? Because he looks like a demented chicken.Muggle world got you down? Dark Lord actively…trying to end you? Horcrux fell in between the abyss that is your couch cushions? Need some laughter but haven’t learned the tickling charm yet? Don’t worry; The Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book is here to relieve some of the daily stresses that accompany a life of witchcraft and wizardry. “Tom” Riddles, knock-knock jokes, and plenty of puns:How did Ron gas up the flying car?... ”Expecto petroleum!”How does a Quidditch newbie function?... By winging it!What kind of drink to magical parrots like?... Pollyjuice!What’s a Thestral’s favorite day of the week?... Flyday!For fans of the Harry Potter series, this gut-busting compendium of charming and magical quips pokes fun at some of your favorite characters and scenes from the books and movies. The jokes highlight some of the major characters, including Harry, Hermione, Ron, Hagrid, Dumbledore, and Voldemort, as well as many magical elements from the wizard world!Featuring hundreds of jokes and more than fifty fantastic illustrations, this joke book provides endless amounts of fun and clean humor for readers and fans of the bestselling series.
WARNING: This book contains so many feelings!This colorful collection of comics will take you on an expertly guided emotional journey,…from impostor syndrome to unrequited love, with stops along the way for excitement, joy, vulnerability, and existential dread. Illustrator and self-proclaimed crybaby So Lazo renders each experience with honesty and heart, navigating the obstacle course of early adulthood with their distinctive style and self-deprecating humor. Heartbreakingly earnest and effortlessly queer, this little book captures the trials and tribulations of the creative introvert in vivid detail.DISTINCTIVE VOICE: Lazo's work is earnest without being sappy or preachy and vulnerable without taking itself too seriously. It manages to be beautiful and messy, funny and wistful, inviting you into Lazo's colorful, creative, anxious, determined, introverted world.RELATABLE CONTENT: If you've ever lost your nerve upon running into your crush at a party, juggled your love-hate relationship with working from home, or wished that aliens would rescue you from the Dumpster fire that is human existence—this book is for you!Perfect for:• Worriers, introverts, and tender types• Young adults, artists, and creatives• Fans of So Lazo's queer and colorful artwork