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Born to Pun - 1400 Boss Jokes Funny Quips and Groan-Worthy Punchlines - cover

Born to Pun - 1400 Boss Jokes Funny Quips and Groan-Worthy Punchlines

Gordon Hideaki Nagai

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

A gloriously cringey collection of punny wordplay from the author of The Ultimate Book of Dad Jokes! 
 
• The pliers said to the wrench, “Get a grip. You're losing it!” 
 
• The marionette’s cardiologist warned him to change his lifestyle because he was too high-strung. 
 
• When the President’s family picnic was hit by a cold hard rain, the band struck up “Hail to The Chief.” 
 
• Q: How do vampires like their stakes? A: Rare. 
 
• Do dealers in Las Vegas casinos walk with a shuffle? 
 
• The young ear of corn was considered a rising star in the Marine Corps; he quickly rose to the rank of kernel. 
 
Make every day funny punny with this massive book of over 1,400 puns, arranged by category. Word nerds, class clowns, and dads everywhere never have to miss an opportunity to deliver a groan-inducing yet hilarious one-liner.
Available since: 03/13/2018.
Print length: 240 pages.

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