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  • Published: 1 February 2011
  • ISBN: 9781446406427
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 576
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Man Walks Into A Bar

The Ultimate Collection of Jokes and One-Liners




The biggest and best joke book there is

Man Walks Into A Bar is a one-stop shop for anyone who likes to hear and tell jokes. The jokes are ordered thematically - wives, husbands, doctors, lawyers, the French, the Germans, jokes about nuns, jokes about monkeys, the lot. There are also regular panels which group jokes by type too - Essex girls, changing a lightbulb etc. Our material will turn you into the toast of your local pub or make you loathed in your own home - remember, it is all in the telling. From the sublimely erudite to stuff Frank Carson would turn down (the book has a 'world's worst jokes' section), this book can service you with every joke you'll ever need.

What do you call an eskimo chav?Innuinnit

What did the zen student say at the hamburger stand?Make me one with everything

What's Irish and lives in the garden?Paddy O'Furniture

  • Published: 1 February 2011
  • ISBN: 9781446406427
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 576
Categories:

About the authors

Mike Haskins

Mike Haskins is a comedy writer for TV and radio. His writing credits include everything from Smith and Jones and Smack the Pony to Freddie Starr and Russ Abbot.

Stephen Arnott

Stephen Arnott is the author of Now Wash Your Hands! a cultural history of the toilet, The Languid Goat is Always Thin, a collection of the world's strangest proverbs, and Sex: A User's Guide. Born in Jamaica, he lives in South London with his partner and daughter.

Praise for Man Walks Into A Bar

The ultimate chuckle-fest

Modern Woman

Billing itself as "the ultimate collection of jokes and one-liners" pretty much sums up this 550-page book

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