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Delve into these pages to discover a mammoth collection of saucy sidesplitters that'll have your friends howling with laughter – or blushing with embarrassment!

Rude and raunchy, this book is not for the faint-hearted, but it guarantees a barrelful of belly laughs as it takes a mischievous peek at the naughtier side of life.

Topics: Telling Jokes, Irreverent, and Guides

Published: Arcturus Publishing on
ISBN: 9781848586123
List price: $1.99
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