Author: Fred Metcalf
Publisher: Penguin UK
A collection of gags, rib-ticklers and plain silly one-liners.
Do Britain's top divers come up to scratch? Have you heard the one about the anteater who walked into a bar? Or the prawn-again Christian who found Cod? The Penguin Pocket Dictionary of Jokes is essential reading for anyone searching for the perfect joke. Here is probably the finest, funniest, most up-to-date collection of gags, rib-ticklers, side-splitters and plain silly one liners ever to find themselves squeezed inside the covers of a book. Whether you want a snappy wisecrack or a longer rib-tickler when making a speech, this easy-to-use dictionary will provide the perfect witticism. - Contains over 2,500 jokes - Organized by subject matter (from Absence - via Insults - to Writers) - Offers both short jests and longer gags - Includes jokes by famous wits from Peter Kay to Dorothy Parker and Groucho Marx