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We each put up with a certain amount of nonsense, on any given day. Whether it is following a ridiculous instruction, from someone who is in charge of us (parent, teacher, boss, police officer, or random Joe who has connections); waiting in a line, whilst the person at the head finishes a casual conversation or adjusts the money in his wallet; instinctively speeding up a bit, when the driver behind comes rushing towards your car’s rear end, or toots the horn or pumps his fist/shouts/point to her watch. 178 more words
A Book of Nonsense has 1,488 ratings and 131 reviews. Manny said: I grew up reading A Book of Nonsense, which left me with a permanent weakness for limer 07/03/2018 Edward Lear and Nonsense Literature I have already discussed Edward Lear’s Irish sources here, here and here. 371 more words