This delightful book offers you the chance to enjoy some of the finest humour sourced from the Internet and circulated via email.
Clean but clever, it features carefully selected stories, articles, one-liners, anecdotes, lists, jokes, humorous and not-so-humorous wisdom, and much more that will have everyone smiling, laughing, and turning the pages for more.
Easy-to-read with an inviting layout, it makes an ideal gift for: any occasion; those in hospital or recovering from illness; travellers and commuters; grumpy goats; your own bookshelf; or anyone wanting a ‘lift’ from nature’s own tonic – laughter.
This book is great entertainment!
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“A selection of the finest humour, anecdotes and wisdom from the world wide web. Laugh until it hurts.”
– Sunday Times
“Tickle your funny bone with this hilarious compilation of Internet humour that looks at the funny side of parenting, business, relationships, health, language, and life in general. The authors have selected some of the best jokes and anecdotes to help you take some time off from the demands of parenting for a good giggle.”
– Living and Loving Magazine
“You don’t need to own, or ever have operated a computer, to appreciate the diversity of anecdotes … Every chapter is sure to leave you laughing out loud!”
– JD Group Club Magazines
“Laugh Out Loud contains none of the smut so often found in books of its genré, and will have a broad appeal for those with a well-developed funny bone. This is excellent, light holiday reading, and a must for dentists’ and doctors’ waiting rooms!”
– MetroBeat Magazine
“Laugh Out Loud is a great gift for someone who doesn’t have regular access to e-mail. Once you’ve got the book, find a quiet place and lock the door, as your giggles will make others try to steal it from you!”
– Citizen Weekend
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SOME EXCERPTS FROM THE BOOK
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“Outstanding,” Fred replied. “They taught us all the latest psychological techniques – visualisation, association – it made a huge difference for me.”
“That’s great! What was the name of the clinic?”
Fred went blank. He thought and thought, but couldn’t remember. Then a smile broke across his face and he asked, “What do you call that red flower with the long stem and thorns?”
“You mean a rose?”
Start every day off with a smile and get it over with.
– WC Fields
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It might look like I’m doing nothing, but at the cellular level I’m really quite busy!
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An optimist thinks that this is the best possible world.
A pessimist fears that this is true!