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"Ta-da," said the resident pain in the ass. "Here it is."
"Bully for you. Only the real problem is that you found it."
"Sorry, what?"
"Haven't gotten to Irony 101 yet, then?"
"No, we're still on Scathing Remarks, Offhand Commentary and Derision."

Comments

  1. LOL, awesome teaser. Looks like a fun book :)

    http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2012/07/teaser-tuesdays.html

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  2. Now I want to know why it wasn't supposed to be found and how that is ironic.

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  3. That teaser really made me chuckle. I'll be eager to hear what you think about the book. Happy reading!

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  4. I'm reading a comedy/farce at the moment - Skios, a Novel.

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  5. lol, I love the resident pain in the ass

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  6. Love me some snappy dialogue! Sounds like a good one.

    Here's mine: http://duckduckcow.blogspot.com/2012/07/teaser-tuesday-zombie-raccoons-killer.html

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  7. Sounds like a fun read! Thanks for visiting my post earlier.

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  8. Ha! I think I'm gonna have to check this one out :)

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice!

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  9. Haha! Love it!
    Thanks for stopping by My TT!
    =D

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  10. this sounds like a fun read! must put it on the TBR!

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  11. Love this one, sounds like a fun book!

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