The Treasury of Clean Jokes

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Broadman & Holman, 1997 - Humor - 118 pages
Have you heard the one you can tell at the dinner table? For more than ten years, this collection of G-rated jokes has been a steady seller. Now these inexpensive, fun-filled books are getting the attention they deserve. For speakers, preachers, or anyone who enjoys a good laugh, they are truly a treasure. And at this low price, buyers will want to get all six!

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

Okay, I admit it, I like dirty/off-color jokes. So this book isn't exactly my favorite. It does have a lot of good jokes, though, and it's a convinient size to pull out and flip to some random page when the mood strikes you. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
1
Absentmindedness
4
Aging
5
Airplanes
8
Automobiles
10
Banking
13
Bible
15
Business
16
Marriage
59
Medical
62
Ministers
67
Money
71
Music
75
Optimism and Pessimism
77
Police
79
Politics
80

Children
20
Church
27
College
31
Credit
34
Definitions
35
Determination
37
Dieting
38
Fishing
39
Food
41
Government
43
Hunting
44
Husband and Wife
45
Inflation
53
Insurance
54
Lawyers
56
Laziness
58
Psychiatry
82
Salesmen
84
Sayings
85
School
87
Sermons
92
Speaking
94
Sports
96
Sunday School
101
Tact
103
Teenagers
105
Telephone
108
Television
109
Vacation
110
Weddings Ill Miscellaneous
113
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About the author (1997)

Bonham was Executive Director-Treasurer of the Convention of Baptists in Ohio and endless collector of jokes.

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