An American author and humorist, Mark Twain is known for his witty works, which include books, essays, short stories, speeches, and more.
While not every single piece of written work was infused with humor, many were, ranging from deadpan humor to laugh-out-loud funny.
And lastly, as only Twain would point out, ‘Do not bring your dog.’.
He recalled the first time he ‘removed’ (stole) a watermelon from a wagon; once he looked at it, he realized it was not yet ripe.
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He had a bit of remorse, so he returned the watermelon to the owner.
This is Mark Twain after all; therefore, he told the owner ‘to reform.’ The owner, in turn, gave Twain a ripe melon, and Twain ‘forgave’ the owner.
Some of the funnier moments or rules broken include ‘1.
That a tale shall accomplish something and arrive somewhere.