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OK Boomer - And Other Age-(In)appropriate Jokes - cover

OK Boomer - And Other Age-(In)appropriate Jokes

Lisa Beth Johnson, Phoebe Bottoms

Publisher: Portable Press

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Summary

Jokes for (and about) every generation, from boomers to zoomers.   Past, Present, and Future walk into a bar…and then things get tense. Fortunately, nothing can defuse tension like humor, and this book is packed with age (in)appropriate jokes for every generational stereotype.   The old have been complaining about the young—and vice versa—for centuries. Whether you need a zinger for your cranky grandfather, a one-liner for your out-of-touch aunt, or a snarky comeback for a clueless millennial, OK, Boomer has it all. Enjoy . . .   Jokes (How many boomers does it take to change a light bulb? Three: one to do it, and another two to talk about how much better the old one was) Riddles (Q: Why do boomers always pay with an exact amount? A: Because they’re afraid of change) Boomer Band/Millennial Mash-ups (James Taylor Swift, Fleetwood Macklemore, Steve Miller Band of Horses) Lists (Things that Still Exist Only Because of Boomers)
Available since: 09/08/2020.
Print length: 128 pages.

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