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Stupid Poems 15

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Once again Stupid Poems addresses the main issues of today. There is Brexit and Donald Trump of course, but there are also more important issues such as flamingos, giraffes and kangaroos, fork-lift trucks and the Downing Street cat. There's something for everyone who enjoys a deft and comic touch of silliness.

'Let's objectively weigh up all the evidence.'
Paperback, 56 pages
Published November 18th 2019 by Troubador Publishing
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Dec 05, 2019 rated it liked it
You almost have to admire the perseverance which would motivate someone to put out this many books with the word stupid in the title. This is the 15th volume of poems, most of them have barely any or none at all reviews on GR, no idea who reads them, if anyone, and yet…volume 15 on Netgalley and I just figured why not. There were 20 spare minutes to kill in my morning and I wanted to be entertained. Which is to say I wouldn’t commit more time than that to a book of stupid poems, since neither of ...more
Dec 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Some very witty and funny poems. An enjoyable read
Dec 21, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: humor, poetry
The title of this collection is very apt, as these poems of Ian Vannoey are really very stupid. Vannoey does the job well. The poems are silly, funny, totally daft, though sometimes they can reference relevant political happenings (which, in and of themselves, can be very stupid indeed). I think this collection is for those who need a fun brain break, and to be silly for a while.
You can definitely tell, as well, that this is a British collection, which may resonate with readers even more,
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