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Rib-Tickling Jokes - Laugh your way to long life - cover

Rib-Tickling Jokes - Laugh your way to long life

R.K MURTHI

Publisher: V&S Publishers

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Laugh your way to long life! The humourist, R.K. Murthi has tapped the depths of humour, struck a rich vein of rib–tickling jokes and put them together between the covers of this slim volume. These are jokes shared with friends, relations and colleagues during interaction with them which whipped up laughter on every occasion. Quite a few have been garnerned from books, newpapers, magazines, radio and TV programmes. These have been put together and presented under suitable headings for you to savour at leisure. #v&spublishers

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