Mirth Shattering News! Scientists Discover Location of Funny Bone in Female Writers

Scientists have long debated when female writers first mastered humour — a transformative event that influenced what pictographs were displayed in ancient caves and may have even fueled the evolution of modern day literary contests. Now, new evidence has emerged from a second-floor laboratory in Orillia, Ontario, where researchers have just discovered the Female Funny Bone – aka the D.P. Humerus — named in honour of Dorothy Parker, whose wit and wisdom stands the test of time: “I’d rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy.”

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About Robyn Michele Levy

I am an artist, writer, radio broadcaster, performer, mother, breast cancer survivor. I also have Parkinson's disease. My memoir, Most of Me, is available at local and on-line bookstores.
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4 Responses to Mirth Shattering News! Scientists Discover Location of Funny Bone in Female Writers

  1. Congratulations! This is spectacular! And also very well deserved!

  2. mattymillard says:

    haha – well done for your shortlisting!

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