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Friars Club Encyclopedia of Jokes: Revised and Updated! Over 2,000 One-Liners, Straight Lines, Stories, Gags, Roasts, Ribs, and Put-Downs

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Finally in paperback-with lots of brand-new jokes from today's top comedians.
What could be funnier than a great joke? How about 2,000 great jokes? In this side-splitting compendium, revised and updated and featuring a new introduction by Drew Carey, members of the world-renowned Friars Club and other comedians provide zingers for every occasion, situation, and taste.
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ebook, 513 pages
Published February 4th 2009 by Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers (first published February 1st 2009)
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Dec 04, 2009 Natalie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Need your funny bone tickled? Well, look no further because it will start with a smile, then a snigger and before you know it you are laughing out loud! Packed with over two thousand jokes, funny stories, and put-downs The Friars Club Encyclopedia of Jokes is a must-have for anyone with the need to feed their humor addiction.

Although the Friars Club has been roasting celebrities since 1950, Drew Carey holds the dubious honor of being the first to have his roast televised. He provides a witty, n
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John G.
Joke books are an interesting read. I had heard these jokes before, but it neat seeing them annotated or credited or just to understand that they've been around a long time. I'm a fledgling stand-up comic and reading these jokes really helps me understand comedy and humor. I like that these books were organized by topic too, there were a wide range of comics and issues jokes about. A good pickup!
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