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The Ultimate Book Of Dad Jokes
A MASSIVE COLLECTION OF LAUGHABLE, CHEESY JOKES PERFECT FOR AMUSING DADS WHILE SLIGHTLY EMBARRASSING THE KIDS
As groan-inducing as they are hilarious, dad jokes are the punny one-liners and oh-so-clever quips fathers never tire of telling. With this massive collection, no Dad will ever lack new material to make his kids facepalm:
• A watermelon and a honeydew wanted to get married right away, but they cantaloupe.
• After Humpty Dumpty recovered from his fall, he was just a shell of his former self.
• Sign language interpreters have to lean sideways to translate something in italics.
• Anyone with a wheat allergy that routinely eats pasta is just a gluten for punishment.
• A chord walked into a bar and ordered a drink. The bartender said, “We don’t serve minors.”
This is a great gag book OR a great book if your dad or uncle just keeps recycling the same jokes over and over and they could use a nudge in a more creative direction. These jokes are a crack up. Original, funny–never heard any of them before–and it’s really nice to have on hand. I had to go to a really boring work meeting on Friday and I looked at this before–memorized a couple and whoop! I was a hit! And even more so than just the content, its layout is immaculate. It’s easy to read, fun to take in.
The jokes are full of terrible puns and wordplay sure to earn anyone who tells them a chorus of groans. There is a large amount of jokes in this book (it is about 250 pages) and they are divided up into categories such as music, animals, and military. Accompanying the jokes are nice illustrations by the author’s grand kids, and they add to the playful, family vibe of this book.
Gordon Hideaki Nagai is a father and grandfather who loves creating and sharing jokes with his grandchildren. Now retired, Gordon worked as a case manager in social service in the Bay Area and has Masters in Social Welfare from U.C. Berkeley. Originally from Atwater, California, Gordon is a second generation Japanese-American who currently lives with his wife of 55 years close to his four grandchildren in Eugene, OR.
I received this to give my honest opinion.