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Zoo Joke Book Biggest

Author : Zoo Magazine
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This title takes all your favourite, funniest parts of Zoo magazine and puts them into book form. There are jokes, quotes, pub facts and loads more rude jokes that the magazine is famous for.

The Little Black Book of Dirty Jokes

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This raunchy little collection of smutty jokes serves up obscene amounts of fodder for every tasteless occasion. No one escapes its gritty pages, from doctors and ministers to donkeys and octogenarians. Warning: Mature (actually immature) Content.

The Unofficial Joke Book Of Animal Planets

Author : Billoo Badhshah
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The Bible of Dirty Jokes

Author : Eileen Pollack
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When Ketzel WeinrachÕs beloved brother Potsie goes missing in Las Vegas, she not only must try to find him, she must confront her familyÕs shady history and their ties to the legendary Jewish mob, Murder, Inc., as well as her troubling relationship to her cousin Perry (who runs a strip club on the outskirts of Vegas), her long and apparently not-so-loving marriage to her recently departed husband Morty Tittelman (a self-styled professor of dirty jokes and erotic folklore), and her own failed career as a stand-up comic.

Roald Dahl Whizzpopping Joke Book

Author : Roald Dahl
File Size : 80.20 MB
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This collection of hundreds of great jokes would make even the Trunchbull laugh! Inspired by Roald Dahl's wonderful world, these gigglesome gags are guaranteed to raise a chuckle from human beans young and old.

The Unofficial Joke Book of New York

Author : Kuldeep Saluja
File Size : 89.70 MB
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Welcome to the world of Billoo Badshah, the Badshah of Laughter. Billoo Badshah, a series compiliation of best jokes of the world, is for laughter moments, for love moments, for high moments, for lonely moments, for funny moments, for friendly moments, for happy moments and for all the moments. Be happy and cheerful with this book full of abudant joy, laughter and satire.

Jackie The Joke Man Martling s Disgustingly Dirty Joke Book

Author : Jackie Martling
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The head writer for The Howard Stern Show lives "down" to his raunchy reputation with this hilarious collection of the very best jokes, stories, songs, and one-liners-from the naughty to the irreverent to the politically incorrect. Here are the gems from the private files from the man infamous for knowing every joke there ever was. In comedy clubs from coast to coast since 1979, “The Joke Man” has dared audiences to start a joke he couldn’t finish. Now he takes no prisoners, spares no ethnic or social group, and exhibits not one ounce of good taste in this wildly offensive, outrageously funny collection of dirty jokes.

Mark s Little Joke Book

Author : Mark Harris
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This book is a collection of Popular American Humor. Mark Harris likes to tell jokes and stories. He is part of the large Harris Family that thrives on story-telling. This collection of about four hundred jokes and stories are the best that Mark has heard. Many of the stories are very old and have been told and retold through the years. They have been changed or modified to fit current times or the needs of a particular story-teller. Some of the jokes are of fairly recent origin, but in most cases, a story or joke--whether old or new--cannot be attributed to its' creator. None of the stories originated with Mr. Harris: he is first a story collector and then a story-teller. At any reunion or gathering of the Harris Family, stories are told by those of the current generation. This art is now a family tradition, started generations ago. Perhaps the story that can best be told is that story-telling in the Harris Family will continue long into the future.

The Unofficial Joke book of Dubai

Author : Kuldeep Saluja
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Khushwant Singh s Joke Book 9

Author : Khushwant Singh
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"I can do no better than reproduce the introduction I have written for my 9th Joke Book. It says all I want to say about my being an inveterate Joker. "I was 94 when Joke Book 8 was published I was sure that it would be the last of the series. I was on a diet of pills and in poor health. But here I am 97 years old and here is Joke Book 9 (Orient Paperbacks). Laughter is evidently the elixir of life, the best tonic in the world to ensure a long and happy life. Laughter is not only the best tonic but humorous writing and relating other people's jokes is very lucrative, as both my publishers and I have found. Everyone of the earlier books in the series has gone into more than a dozen reprints. They are to be seen on pavement, railway station and airport bookstalls. But not everyone enjoys jokes, especially when they are the target. This is especially true of politicians who have notoriously thin skins. We have had quite a few very good cartoonists - Shankar Pillai, R.K. Laxman, Vijayan, Rajinder Puri, Mario Miranda. Their cartoons have enlivened our newspapers and magazines and brought a smile on our faces. But many politicians and political parties take themselves very seriously and consider far too many topics as sacred cows not to be laughed about. They take umbrage at being the butt of jokes. Laughter for them is no laughing matter. They serve who poke fun at them with legal notices - or worse. I cannot take credit for the jokes appearing in the book. A large number were sent to me by readers who have been acknowledged by their names. Some I made up or moulded from jokes I picked up from friends, books and magazines. At the end of the day, more than my other work as a novelist, short story writer, historian of the Sikhs or translator, I am known for my joke books. At every gathering, I am implored, 'Kkoi joke-shoke ho jai' — let there be a joke or two. I am known as a Joker." — Khushwant Singh, Hindustan Times