Laughter is the best medicine!
Dad is the funny guy in our family. He is always ready to tease or tell a joke. Why do dad’s take on the role of funny man? I don’t know for sure, but I am sure his is ready for some new material. Father’s day is coming up and I plan to give my dad this wonderful book of jokes.
“The Ultimate Book of Dad Jokes,” has over 1,000 punny jokes your dad will love telling over and over and over. Since there are so many to choose from I am sure you will hear a few new jokes as well.
This book includes such funny jokes as:
”Fish are probably the most musical of all non-human critters because of their scales.”
”Sign language interpreters have to lean sideways to translate something in italics.”
”After Humpty Dumpty recovered from his fall, he was just a shell of his former self.”
”Supposedly, if you have a dictionary in the house, you’ll never be at a loss for words.”
“Anyone with a wheat allergy who routinely eats pasta is just a gluten for punishment.”
“A watermelon and a honeydew wanted to get married right away, but they cantaloupe.”
“A chord walked into a bar and order a drink, “The bartender said, “We don’t serve minors”.”
Every chapter is full of one liners, puns and funny insights to a variety of topics. There jokes about animals & nature, everyday people and things, Doctors and Medicine, Famous names and events, Language and writing, military, musicians and music, occupations, science, math and Technology, sports hobbies and games.
The Author has done a marvelous job of finding and compiling great jokes that Dad will love to have in one place. Your whole family will be giggling and laughing together. Since laughter is the best medicine, this book is just what the doctor ordered. See how contagious this book can be? It’s like a disease or something. Does your dad need to schedule a consult with this book?
Check out this book HERE!
About the Author from the back of the book :
Gordon Hideaki Nagai is a father and grandfather who loves creating and sharing jokes with his four grandchildren. He was born in 1938 a second generation Japanese American, whose family owned a farm in California. His world changed on December 7, 1941, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. This started a chain of events that resulted in his family’s forced internment in a “relocation center” in Colorado during the war. After the war, Gordon went to school and worked in Social services until he retired.