The Penguin Dictionary of Jokes, Wisecracks, Quips and Quotes
Edited By Fred Metcalf
A good joke can lift the lowest spirits, enliven the dullest party, or be a welcome icebreaker at the start of a speech.
But why is it so hard to find that key quip when you need it?
Now anyone can have the best jokes at their fingertips with this comprehensive collection of the finest, funniest, most up-to-date gags, rib-ticklers, and silly one-liners ever. Organised by subject and containing side-splitters stolen from such wits as Groucho Marx, Orson Welles, Mark Twain, and P. J. O’Rourke, among many, many others, this volume assures those who use it that they will never again be at a loss for words that produce giggles galore.