(When using quotations, it is important to identify the speaker.)
A Jail sentence: "No one has ever escaped from me."
A Stock quotation: "Moo, mooooo."
A Bank statement: "I close at 4 p.m."
A Credit card charge: "Your Honor, I'm bent because that man put me in the ATM machine wrong."
A Spiritual affirmation: "Yes, you are right, my crystal ball IS dusty."
A Brief announcement: "It is time to finish getting dressed. I'm cold."
A Mummy's curse: " I can't se a #!*#*! thing with these #!*#*! bandages around my head."
Add some new ones.....
These are clever! I don't have any good ones to offer, but you gave me a laugh.
Thanks, Christy. I came across this while cleaning out old paper files-- I think I sent this to Readers Digest decades ago, but they apparently didn't get it. I mean, the sent me a polite rejection slip-- so they got it, but they apparently didn't "get it."
This is extremely hilarious! Thanks for sharing this. Despite of being tired from work, i was able to laugh after reading this. However, i don't have anything to share for now. But many thanks ..
by Wesman Todd Shaw 6 years ago
Is it ill advisable to put a word in quotations in a hub title?
by MomsTreasureChest 8 years ago
What is your favorite quotation?
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
I read a Hub where several direct quotes were included. One came from a website, one came from a book. One direct quote was used in the "call out" section but no mention of who said it.I'm wondering if these quotes would be considered duplicate content? I have...
by Abby Slutsky 2 months ago
Does anyone have an article they can share that cites their sources at the end? I would like to look at one. (Preferably, one that is featured.) Thanks.
by Suzanne Day 7 years ago
Here's another pirate website that took one of my hubs: http://searcharticles dot net/Check to see if yours is in there....
by Jacqui 8 years ago
Difficult scenes, how do you go about writing these?I'm in the middle of a difficult scene in my novel, that apparently deals with rape, and self harm , in a young adult fashion (eg, not for children, but not quite an adults novel). Apparently in that I can remove it, and allude to it in the...
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