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by Matt Rissinger,Jeff Sinclair,Philip Yates

eBook World's Silliest Jokes download ISBN: 080694885X
Author: Matt Rissinger,Jeff Sinclair,Philip Yates
Publisher: Sterling (June 30, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1273 kb
Fb2: 1825 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Humor

Give yourself a good laugh and then tickle your friends funny bones as you chuckle your way through hundreds of the wackiest, zaniest, silliest jokes anywhere.

A collection of over 500 jokes, including riddles, knock-knocks, who-said-its, snappy comebacks and groaning puns.

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Philip Yates, Matt Rissinger, Jeff Sinclair. Give yourself a good laugh and then tickle your friends' funny bones as you chuckle your way through hundreds of the wackiest, zaniest, silliest jokes anywhere. All kinds of subjects get a ribbing: Animal Crackups-What would you get if you crossed a duck with a cantaloupe? A Waddle Melon. Gruesome Groaners-What do you get if you cross nursery rhymes with scary stories? Mother Goosebumps. Channel Chuckles-What's blue and works in a newsroom? Smurfy Brown

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Author: Matt Rissinger, Philip Yates ISBN 10: 080690853X. Get ready for some tremendous laughs with this great selection of jokes. You'll find quick takes, homework howlers, sports sillies, ghoulish giggles, and plenty of other crack-ups. Title: Biggest Joke Book in the World Item Condition: used item in a good condition. With hundreds of jokes to choose from, you're going to giggle, chuckle, smile, and chortle for hours, and have a hysterically good time! 192 pages, 120 b/w illus. 5 3/8 x 8 1/4. Product Identifiers.

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Give yourself a good laugh and then tickle your friends' funny bones as you chuckle your way through hundreds of the wackiest, zaniest, silliest jokes anywhere. All kinds of subjects get a ribbing: Animal Crackups--What would you get if you crossed a duck with a cantaloupe? A Waddle Melon. Fast-Food Funnies--How do you keep bagels from escaping? Put lox on them. Gruesome Groaners--What do you get if you cross nursery rhymes with scary stories? Mother Goosebumps. Channel Chuckles--What's blue and works in a newsroom? Smurfy Brown. Clever Comebacks--Someday I want to be cloned. Why make another fool of yourself? On every page you get riddles, knock-knocks, who-said-its, comebacks, groaners, what-do-you-get-when-you-cross, and a host of other ways to be a smart-aleck. And nothing's sacred--the joke is on everybody from astronauts, burglars, cops, and dentists to Santa Claus, TV stars, witches, and zombies. Sterling 96 pages, 60 b/w illus., 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.