Sunday, January 29, 2012

Let there be Kindle

Dear Fellow Earthlings,

The Kindle version of The Irish Hungarian Guide to the Domestic Arts, which is authored by your humble hostess--the Irish Hungarian herself--is now available on Amazon. Within it's electronic pages, you will learn the mystifying story behind today's graphic.

The hard copy version should be available shortly. Thank you for your continued support.

Love, Erin

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Anonymous said...

OK, I'll guess first...the refrigerator in the break room at the sperm bank...

Erin O'Brien said...

oh dear ...

Jon Moore said...

It's not the milk in the cheap wine jug that mystifies, that's easily explained. What I can't understand is the bottled water. WTF Erin O'Brien, Lake Erie water not good enough?
Must have been August.

Anonymous said...

Jews turn water to wine. Hungarians turn wine into milk. When a virgin Hungarian bride drinks the milk at the wedding celebration her tits get really perky and the Groom smiles. Little Hungarians soon follow. Preservation of the species.


DogsDontPurr said...

You tease!!

I'm tempted to buy a Kindle, just so I can start reading this thing already!

DogsDontPurr said...

Dude....I can get it on my phone! Yay! I already pre~ordered the book book, but I just can't wait that long! So I got it on my phone too.

One can never have too many copies of an Erin O'Brien work of art.

Erin O'Brien said...

If it makes you feel any better Alph, the water bottles have no doubt been refilled countless times with Lake Erie water.

Little Hungarians? Oh RJ.

Thanks so much DDP. For what it's worth, I'm pretty sure you can download a free kindle reader to many devices, including desktops and laptops.

twinkly sparkles said...

I think we have the same fridge, but mine doesn't have blue letters. Dang.

If I were a published author, I would get myself a new fridge.

CAN'T WAIT [for hard copy]!!!

SWAK! twinkly

Anonymous said...

"Little Hungarians."

Perhaps I should have said infant Hungarians. Now Homeland Security will be putting out an alert-"Be on the lookout for Illegal Little Hungarians. Look for tale tell signs of a milk mustache."


Erin O'Brien said...

Thanks, twink.

Here in CLE, RJ, we detain anyone drinking Molson. Can't be too careful with those shifty Canadians, eh?