Funny Dr Seuss inspired pick-up lines from the cast of Drew Carey’s hit TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”
Dr Seuss was an American children’s author who used rhymes to tell a story. These rhymes often contained nonsense phrases and made-up words which added an aspect of humor to the stories. The Cat in the Hat and Horton Hears a Who are two of Dr Seuss’s most popular children’s books.
Dr Seuss was born Theodor Seuss Geisel. When he started writing children’s stories, Geisel chose to use his mother’s maiden name, Seuss. According to Geisel, the pronunciation of “Seuss” rhymed with “voice”, but over the years the public has chosen to pronounce Seuss as “Syoos”. Alexander Liang, a fellow writer, had this to say about the pronunciation of Dr Seuss’s name:
You’re wrong as the deuce
And you shouldn’t rejoice
If you’re calling him Seuss.
He pronounces it Soice.
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