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The Book of Senior Jokes

Extent: 176 pages

Size: 185x125mm

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Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781843173991

Categories: Humour

About the Book

Ageing is one of those unavoidable facts of life, and what more can you do about it than laugh (admittedly, slightly defensively)? Just why fading physical and mental faculties should be so funny is something of a mystery, but they are and with The Book of Senior Jokes you can laugh off your forgetfulness, fading physique and new penchant for the afternoon nap. This book – and do, please, try to remember to pay for it – is a collection of the very best 'senior' jokes, putting them down between hard covers where even you can't forget them. The Book of Senior Jokes is the perfect present for anyone feeling their age, no matter how old they may be, that will help them celebrate all that is positive – and positively hilarious – about growing older.

Publication Date: 31/07/2011

Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781843177661

Categories: Humour

About the Book

Ageing is one of those unavoidable facts of life, and what more can you do about it than laugh (admittedly, slightly defensively)? Just why fading physical and mental faculties should be so funny is something of a mystery, but they are and with The Book of Senior Jokes you can laugh off your forgetfulness, fading physique and new penchant for the afternoon nap. This book – and do, please, try to remember to pay for it – is a collection of the very best 'senior' jokes, putting them down between hard covers where even you can't forget them. The Book of Senior Jokes is the perfect present for anyone feeling their age, no matter how old they may be, that will help them celebrate all that is positive – and positively hilarious – about growing older.

About the Author

Geoff Tibballs has written many bestselling books, including Senior Jokes (The Ones You Can Remember), Seriously Senior Moments (Or, Have You Bought This Book Before?) and The Grumpy Old Git’s Guide to Life.

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