How to Write One Liner Jokes

How to Write One Liner Jokes : Includes 100+ Topic-Related One Line Joke Examples

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This easy-to-follow how to book is a must for everyone. It includes over 100 topic-related joke examples. How to Write One Liner Jokes example joke excerpts from the workbook exercises: "For the Holidays, Molly got a dolly, Betty got a teddy, Jimmy got a lolly, and Freddy got a condom," "Mable's cane was not for walking; rather, it was for the men in the park that ignored her," "During the divorce proceedings, Fred slid further down in his seat when he realized her attorney was his ex-mistress." In her materials, Linda Parker states that: "Everyone is funny-and anyone can be a comedian if they truly learn to laugh at themselves." The Author, a "determined to stay single" mother of three and grandmother, shares her secrets to writing brilliant visual quick jokes about encounters drawn from special occasions, family, children, ex-husbands (plural), and coworkers. They are the type of laughs that no one would admit to doing if caught in the act yet make the best one-line writing material. "Well, I admit, this is a first for me. I've read and written lots of funny stuff. And I have 'funny' in my blood, my dad was Bozo the Clown. (True Story.) But I've never edited a joke book before. And it is hilarious. Got any more? I could do this all day! Jennifer."
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  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 227g
  • English
  • 098234323X
  • 9780982343234
  • 2,491,915