Sunday, December 16, 2012

Franklin, my dear, I don't give a damn

Having recently enjoyed The Mostly German Philosophers Love Song, I'm in the mood for puns.

So here's the deal: the first three readers to reply with puns (no matter how awful) on typewriter brands will receive a free copy of ETCetera no. 100 -- the final issue edited by me -- as seen on Sommeregger's Sammelsurium and Streamlines DeLuxe.

This offer is limited to those who aren't already subscribers. If you're among the first three, send me an e-mail with your address. If you're too late -- post a pun anyway!


  1. So I need to tell you where the issue should be SENTA if I am TRIUMPHant?

  2. I had to look up what a "pun" is, but, well, yes we KANzler. :)

  3. that was Royally awesome, Typospere is a place of Brotherly love, Now that is a Foxy proposition, watch out for the Coronasaurus! He types with Olympian speed!

  4. Now how could I make a Hermes pun?

    However that is one fine typewriter head!

  5. A good carpenter looks both over and underwood.

  6. That´s a new word to add to my LEXIKON. Will make sure to register it when I go to my STUDIO, might come in handy the next time I type a LETTERa.

    1. Bellissimo! I had no idea on how to include Olivetti.

  7. Too cool for spool. That song seems writer up your ally. I'll have to Adler that to my playlist. It almost had me laughing till I Hermes. But I royally like your puns idea, even if it just means a ribbon of bad jokes come in on the carriage.

    But there's not a lot of typewriter puns to be gossen, I sphinx. I guess you've rory got to take poetic license, and recall as many names as you can Remington.

    I hope I'm not mis-underwood. I'll see you at the bar-lock later.

  8. Dammit, I meant Rooy.. Not rory. Damn nephews name.

    Hey Florian, wanna got and get a pizza? I'd love one with Anchovies and olivettis, and maybe with some patria-armi as well. Some kind of Continental recipe would consul my needs. Catching up would be a Triumph, if you don't Torpedo the idea. But we should ask Richard as well, he's the Voss on this blog.