Funny Shaped Balls: The Biggest Book of Sporting Jokes Ever

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Random House, Aug 31, 2012 - Humor - 320 pages
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Over 2,000 sporting funnies from every sport: football, rugby, cricket, golf, boxing,
snooker and beyond...

Two men fishing on a river bank in a canal in London on a Saturday afternoon miles away from a radio or TV. Suddenly one man turns to the other and says, 'Spurs have lost again.' The other man is astonished and says, 'How on earth do you know that?' The other man replies, 'It's quarter to five.'

After the success of the George Foreman grill, Audley Harrison is launching his own toaster. The problem is it can only do four rounds.

What does Steve Harmison put in his hands to make sure the next ball almost always takes a wicket? A bat

 

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Contents

Hiking and Walking
207
i l
221
Hurling
231
Motorsport U237
239
Netball
249
Scuba Diving i
274
Snooker and Pool
282
Squash l
292
Tennis i
301
Waterskiing 307
307
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About the author (2012)

Jonathan Swan's parents predicted from an early age he would be an author, albeit of his own downfall. Instead he wrote Quack Magic, a history of dubious medical cures, and the best-selling Man Walks into a Bar 2, and knows more jokes than is probably healthy for anyone. When not eavesdropping on strangers to see if he can pick up any new one-liners, he lives in London with his wife and three children, who all remain determined to never laugh at anything he says.

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