|Anne Kostick, Charles Foxgrover & Michael J. Pellowski. Michael Driscoll, ed.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||543 / 1998|
From a banana who goes out with prunes (because he can't get a date) to a gosling who ignores his father's advice (since he thinks it's all papaganda), you'll find 3,650 dumb puns, hokey jokes, and ridiculous riddles in this big book—enough for a snicker, groan, or guffaw a day for the next ten years. Organized under dozens of topics (including Modern Romance, the Working World, Pop Culture, Bad Medicine, and "How Hot Was It?"), here are gibes, barbs, quips, knock-knocks, oneliners, definitions, doctor jokes, lawyer jokes, animal jokes, and puns for every occasion.