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Extremely Inappropriate Dad Jokes - More Than 300 Hazardous Jokes Side-Splitting Puns and Hilarious One-Liners to Make You the Master of Questionable Comedy - cover

Extremely Inappropriate Dad Jokes - More Than 300 Hazardous Jokes Side-Splitting Puns and Hilarious One-Liners to Make You the Master of Questionable Comedy

Joe Kerz

Publisher: Racehorse Publishing

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Summary

Turning into your father doesn’t have to be a drag. Hop on the bandwagon with the corniest quips on every subject from golf to sex (or lack thereof). 
 
Bring your dad jokes to the next level with this questionable collection of inappropriate and dirty puns, riddles, and one-liners! Not for the faint of heart, this book will make you the king of the barroom conversation and the bane of your family get-togethers! They’ll never want to take you anywhere after you break out jokes such as: What has a hundred balls and screws old women? BingoWhy didn’t the toilet paper cross the road? It got stuck in a crack.What’s hot and pink and wet? A pig in a hot tubWhat do you call an Italian hooker? A pasta-tuteAnd many, many more!  
 
Don’t be afraid to crack up a little with Extremely Inappropriate Dad Jokes!
Available since: 06/11/2019.
Print length: 163 pages.

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