The Practical Joker's Handbook

The Practical Joker's Handbook

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Tim Nyberg, truly is such a funny person. . . . He brings his bizarre sense of humour to everything he does. Using his Web site, the author spent six years collecting practical joke and prank ideas from around the world. This definitive handbook features the best and the funniest of these, all designed to remind readers to have fun, not to take life too seriously, and to catch people off-guard to make them laugh. (Potentially harmful jokes and pranks were purposefully omitted.) The results are a hilarious collection of stories, tips, and tactics for bringing humour to the forefront. Nyberg first explains the "art of the joke" then goes on to outline where and how to pull off the best practical gags on friends and loved ones. From how to jury-rig a toilet tank to ways to temporarily hog-tie a co-worker's computer mouse to using a kazoo to place an order in the fast-foot drive-through, Nyberg delivers the goods. This one will have readers in stitches!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 124.46 x 172.72 x 15.24mm | 181.44g
  • Kansas City, United States
  • English
  • 0740741985
  • 9780740741982
  • 617,361

About Tim Nyberg

Tim Nyberg is a graphic designer and an illustrator who, along with his brother-in-law, Jim Berg, created the enormously popular Duct Tape Book series and more than a decade of best-selling Duct Tape calendars. He appears regularly on North American radio and television shows promoting his creative, offbeat humor books. He lives in Door County, Wisconsin. Online:
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