How to use Humor Effectively in Creative Writing

How to use Humor Effectively in Creative Writing

Have you been feeling under the weather at all? We all know that corona virus is still going around and that it’s very serious, but it’s possible you could have a different bug. The travel bug. Many of us are used to having the opportunity to explore new places, and not being able to at the moment can be rather disappointing. However, as we all do our best to stay home and stop the spread, maybe we don’t have to be yearning to get to some places too quickly.

Iconic U.S. attractions like the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, and the Empire State Building in New York City are certainly well known places, but are they worth the visit? Some visitors took to Yelp to express a resounding… well maybe not so much. We all know that words are powerful, but who knew Yelp could be so satirical? Many of the comments left by disgruntled visitors were so funny that Apartment Guide went ahead and put them on printable posters. So if you’re looking for a little laughter, to feel better about not being able to travel at the moment, or even just some inspiration on how to write hilarious pieces, check out the posters below. Also, if you find a favorite, know that all of the posters, with or without the reviews, can be downloaded here.


Compilation of Holiday posters

Julia Morrissey

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