DESCRIPTION OF BOOK
This laughable book of humour is the handiwork of a strange clown of startling brain cells which seem to have a funneeeeee life of their own, a funneeeeee guy who is apparently gifted with grey matter - grey hair, grey shirt, grey pants, grey socks and possibly grey underpants (unable to see the colour of his underpants), claiming grey to be his lucky colour. This fellow had also tried to be what he is not, i.e. acted, a cartoonist, and had drawn the funneeeeee sketches for this book with his trembling right hand as though he had seen a ghost. He also became one of his own cartoon characters under his shaky penmanship.
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The funneeeeee, cute author had wanted to be a comedian, an actor who makes people laugh, but was unable to realise this ambition. Now, he will “act” in this book and make people laugh.
This book will definitely make everyone laugh. If the humour is good everyone will laugh at the humour. If the humour is bad everyone will laugh at the author, who we understand will blush. In any case, everyone will laugh.
Reading this funneeeeee book should be the easiest and most fun way to strengthen and expand the grey matter.
This book attempts to make fun of everything. Even the author himself is not spared.
This book ambitiously aims at presenting serious ideas on many aspects of life, e.g., philosophy, politics, and science, etc., to readers in a non-serious, yet stimulating, style. It also aims at creating fun and bringing sunshine into the dull, humdrum lives of readers. It should relax our dear readers, improve our dear readers’ moods and help sharpen our dear readers’ minds, fortifying their mental fitness for meeting whatever challenges that lie ahead of them in the process.
Importantly, as the title of this book implies, those who possess a copy of this book prove that they have grey matter - this is no joke. Furthermore, as the book is greyish, possessing a copy of the book is possessing grey matter. Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Those who do not possess the book do not possess this grey matter. Hee! Hee! Hee! Hee! Prove you have grey matter! Get this grey book! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Expect to be much tickled, e.g., by a smart-aleck called Brady Foo aka Bloody Fool in Chapter 8!
The book has been given several rounds of publicity by the press.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joe Kerr, the alter ego of the serious Bertrand Wong, is the frivolous, hilarious author of this book of humour, and seems to be the sufferer of a serious case of split-personality requiring psycho treatment. He has published about 20 books, edited one book and read tons of books, thus helping to boost the book trade. He seems to have damaged his grey cells by forcefully grappling with and solving three unsolvable mathematics problems, which probably explains why he appears “screw loose” at the top, having published all of them in international mathematics journals, thereby seemingly confirming the true greyness and bountifulness of his grey matter inside his thick, big cranium, like some of his cartoon characters in the book. In fact, his attacks on these three problems had been so vicious that they “cowardly” surrendered to him. He had also published a number of important scientific papers, as well as a number of other important papers, in other journals, seemingly further confirming that his grey matter is indeed grey in colour, bountiful, and, well-rounded. He has many pieces of papers, which are known by the other name, qualifications, including many pieces of toilet papers on stand-by, in case he suddenly experiences bouts of diarrhoea, the possession of the many “academic” papers seemingly more further confirming the bountifulness and greyness of his grey matter which is so grey that it is likely to be turning black. Like Confucius, whom he admires, he has been a teacher, having taught many kinds of subjects, and has also been wise. He is also humble and is proud of his Confucian humility (confusion here). He cares for the poor and underprivileged, and needs caring as well, being also poor and underprivileged, being in the same raft (too poor to afford a boat) as the poor and underprivileged. Like Robin Hood, he will like to take money from the rich to give to the poor. Unlike Robin Hood, he will like to do this the legal way. He concedes that he is generally regarded as a fool - he can be regarded as a very intelligent fool or a very foolish intelligent man - we are very confused and do not know which should be which now. Enough said about this charming, confusing, most interesting character. To read more about him you will have to wait for the publication of his 500-page autobiography, which he claims is being meticulously written at the rate of one page per year. Everyone will literally die to read this autobiography of his.