An angel walked into a bar…

By Sarah Dyer

Posted on September 26, 2013 in Competition, Fun Stuff with tags Tad Williams

To celebrate today’s publication of Tad Williams’ Happy Hour In Hell, the second novel about angel Bobby Dollar, we’ve been asking you all to come up with your best one-liners and to finish the joke: An angel walked into a bar . . .

Now, it’s no secret that I absolutely love a good pun, so I’ve thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of your answers. In fact, it’s been a bit of a nightmare choosing my top 5!

First off, here are five which gave me a chuckle, and so deserve an honourable mention!

An angel walked into a bar… it hurt like Hell!
@IpeEvans

An angel walked into a bar… and said “I’m walking because it’s worn off already. A pint of Red Bull please barman.”
Peter Warburton

An angel walked into a bar… seven drinks and a bout of indecent debauchery later a devil walked out.
@elspethallison

An angel walked into a bar… and cursed it to hell.
Low Beng Hong

An angel walked into a bar and asked for a pin… “I need to test a theory.”
@thornburyrocks

Now, on to our grand prize winners! These top five jokers have each won a copy of Happy Hour In Hell, and we’ll be in touch with how you can claim your prize.

An angel walked into a bar… The angel then eyes up the spirits on display and thinks, this is heaven!
Martin Turner

An Angel walked into a bar. The barman looks up & says “You looked taller in Buffy…”
@ThornburyRocks

An angel walked into a bar… but had to stand while he drank as the fools had already rushed in and grabbed all the seats!
@mattlibrarian

An angel walked into a bar… and was unable to get served due to lack of any physical presence.
@mrnickharris

An angel walked into a bar… “You real?” said the barman. “No – Gabriel,” replied the angel “Uriel doesn’t drink!”
@GlenDobson

Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to everyone who took part! It certainly kept me entertained to see all of your entries.

And, don’t forget, Tad Williams’ Happy Hour In Hell is available in hardback and eBook from today!

 

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