Fond Of A Double Entendre . . . obviously
Laughs abound on every page as author Cormac G. McDermott presents this collection of jokes and double entendres with wit and verve. He builds jokes around small nuggets of information, culminating in punch lines that shock, amaze, and tickle the funny bone. From sports to music, from food to the business world, no subject is off limits. You’ll never look at the English language the same way again. A friend said to me, “I love Mars bars.” I quipped, “Public houses on the Red Planet are Mars bars also, but if you and your mates were to consume a bar or two of chocolate, it probably wouldn’t lead to you ending up getting involved in a sing-song with aliens!” It makes me laugh when I hear people describing something easy as being “like stealing candy from a baby.” If you were to try take one of those hash lollipops they sell in Amsterdam away from Biffa Bacon’s Rastafarian six-month-old, it might be a totally different proposition altogether!
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