The Funniest Thing You Never Said

The Funniest Thing You Never Said : The Ultimate Collection of Humorous Quotations

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Whether for the loo or bedside entertainment or as a work of reference or self-improvement The Funniest Thing You Never Said is the biggest and best humorous quotation book there is - a complete one-stop shop of witty one liners. Quotations are ordered not by A-Z, but by thematic categories: love; business; religion; celebrity, you name it, every category is covered.

The collection includes all the classics from Oscar Wilde to Winston Churchill, Dorothy Parker to Groucho Marx but also mines many new hidden gems from lesser lights and includes many contemporary quotes by everyone from Jilly Cooper to Jonathan Ross. A standard companion for new collectors, and a fresh perspective for serious quotation addicts.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 576 pages
  • 153 x 202 x 42mm | 593g
  • Ebury Press
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
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  • 0091897661
  • 9780091897666
  • 41,211

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"An outstanding up-to-date anthology"
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"An outstanding up-to-date anthology" * Sunday Times *
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About Rosemarie Jarski

Rosemarie Jarski is a screenwriter, dividing her time between Britain and the States. Her other books include Wisecracks and Hollywood Wit; anthologies of on-screen and off-screen Hollywood quotations, and the spoof guide How To Be A Celebrity.
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A thick book full of brilliant and hilarious quotes. Definitely value for money. I'm looking forward to buying the second one :)show more
by Laura
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