Oct 202015

It may be the case that no Northern Hemisphere teams are through to the semi finals in the Rugby World Cup, but let SUNCAT put a smile on your face with our weird and wonderful ‘happiness’ titles! Smile (and possibly dance) yourself to a happy place.

A photograph of a silhouetted woman dancing during a sunset.

By D. Sharon Pruitt from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, USA (Sunset Party Dancing Girl Silhouette) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

  • The happy hypocrite.
  • Happiness or bust!
  • What Can Economists Learn from Happiness Research?
  • ISmile : connecting people with health & happiness.
  • Club music : the disjockey guide to happiness.
  • The Helicon. Dedicated to the pursuit of happiness. (The … magazine of the Helicon Club.)
  • The Cottage Lamp: an aid to happiness in this world and the next.
  • Crisis; or, The change from error and misery, to truth and happiness.
  • Happiness holding tank.
  • The Truth Promoter. The truth, the only way to the freedom, elevation, and happiness of man.
  • The British magazine, and periodical gleaner, or depository for hints and suggestions calculated to promote the comfort and happiness of man.
  • The Moral and Religious Cabinet, Containing Short Accounts of Christian Experience, Together with Instructive and Useful Extracts, Intended to Promote the Happiness of Pious Minds (1808-1808).
  • Happy pappy.
  • The happy warrior.
  • Sick happy idle.
  • Super hero happy hour.
  • Homer the happy ghost.
  • Happy star dance.
  • The happy pig : the official publication of the Happy Pig Collectors Club.
  • Anorak : the happy mag for kids.
  • The happy planet index.
  • Many happy returns : newsletter of the United States Boomerang Association.
  • The Chicago Basha Betelnut and “hump-happy times.”
  • The happy holidayland of Wales.
  • PLOC : the happy mag for little ones.
  • The happy artocrat data series.
  • The Happy Robin. (The official organ of the Happy Robins and Cheery Chicks.)
  • The Happy Kalendar of Cockney Sparrows with Nightingale Voices. Done by … Desmond Morse-Boycott.
  • Are you scared to get happy? : getting back to basics, a punk rock fanzine.
  • Marriage : A high-class weekly journal for promoting happy marriages in England and the colonies, etc.
  • Coach & grow R.I.C.H (rich, inspired, confident, happy) newsletter.

For more happy titles take a look in SUNCAT.

 October 20, 2015  Posted by at 11:20 am Weird titles Tagged with: , ,  Add comments

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