3000 Jokes, 2997 Laughs
An enormous collection of over 3,000 side-splitting jokes for every occasion. Jokes range from quick-fire one-liners and observations to rambling yarns, and from the classic to the modern. This book contains quips for every occasion, from the best man's speech to the sales conference to the children's party, or just for swapping around the pub table, and it's arranged by subject matter so it's easy to find just the right joke. This hilarious book will appeal both to people who want to find a specific joke for a specific event, and to anyone who wants to settle down in an armchair and have a good old laugh. Jokes include: * What do you call a magic dog? A Labracadabrador. * What's the best thing about Switzerland? I don't know, but their flag is a huge plus. * What did the slug say to the snail? 'Big Issue?' Word count: 200,000 words
Mike Haskins is a professional joke writer who has written TV and radio material for just about everybody - Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, Simon Pegg, Graeme Garden, Steve Coogan, Mitchell and Webb and Smack the Pony. His other publications include The Old Ones are the Best, Man Walks into a Bar and our very own When in Rome. Stephen Arnott is a prolific journalist and writer whose previous books include Laugh, Cackle and Howl, Peculiar Proverbs and Now Wash Your Hands. He lives in Cambridgeshire.