1. Before Dr. Seuss became famous, one of his first jobs was contributing illustrations for this 1931 book titled Boners.
Get your mind out of the gutter, child! “Boners” in long-time-ago-speak apparently meant something closer to “blooper.” The book is actually quite meme-y in concept — it’s a collection of answers provided by young students. You know — wrong test answers and poorly researched essay bits.
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