A Treasury of Husband and Wife Humor

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James E. Myers
Lincoln-Herndon Press, Aug 1, 1993 - Humor - 227 pages
Shared laughter is an integral part of successful, happy marriages - it's the glue that bonds a couple together. So keep a bit of marital laughter up your sleeve and spread it generously, around the house.

Begone and away with gloomy, down-in-the-dumps relations.

Hurrah for the hilarious humor that brightens and tightens a marriage.

And remember the old saying - "Laughter is the best medicine" - an old, tried-and-true saying. Laughter is healthy and fun.

Remember... shared laughter is a vital ingredient of the glue that keeps marriages growing tighter, closer and more fulfilling.

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Contents

HUSBANDS Sometimes They Win
61
HUSBANDS AND WIVES Sometimes They Both Win
131
GOLF
201
EPITAPHS
217
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Vll
3
Theorizing African American and Caribbean Contact
22
Vested in the Anonymous Thousands
52
Decolonizing Ethnography
76
Red Pepper Poetry
101
Mass Media Contact Zones
131
epilogue One Love in the Classroom
155
appendix An Interview with Jayne Cortez 162
162
notes 172
172
works cited 202
202
INDEX 221
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