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    Beano Five-a-day Joke Book

    £5.99
    A hilarious joke book packed with the very best side-splitting, rib-tickling jokes.
    ISBN: 9781800781177
    AuthorBeano Studios Limited
    Pub Date02/09/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages112
    Availability: In Stock

    A hilarious joke book packed with the very best side-splitting jokes.

    Jumping with jokes and loaded with laughs, this gaggle* of gags contains riotous rib-ticklers for every day of the week - that's 100% of your recommended daily hilarity intake! And, unlike vitamins, you can share your jokes with as many people as you want!

    Does an apple a day keep the doctor away? Yes, if you throw it hard enough!
    Why did the teacher wear sunglasses? The pupils were so bright!
    What do you call a potato with right angles? A square root!

    All of the jokes are titter-tested and chuckle-challenged to make sure they meet the highest stand-up standard. Every Beano gag is guaranteed to get a giggle!

    Plus, read the winning and shortlisted jokes as decided by Beano's Britain's Funniest Class competition!

    *Yes, the collective noun for gags is gaggle... honest!

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    A hilarious joke book packed with the very best side-splitting jokes.

    Jumping with jokes and loaded with laughs, this gaggle* of gags contains riotous rib-ticklers for every day of the week - that's 100% of your recommended daily hilarity intake! And, unlike vitamins, you can share your jokes with as many people as you want!

    Does an apple a day keep the doctor away? Yes, if you throw it hard enough!
    Why did the teacher wear sunglasses? The pupils were so bright!
    What do you call a potato with right angles? A square root!

    All of the jokes are titter-tested and chuckle-challenged to make sure they meet the highest stand-up standard. Every Beano gag is guaranteed to get a giggle!

    Plus, read the winning and shortlisted jokes as decided by Beano's Britain's Funniest Class competition!

    *Yes, the collective noun for gags is gaggle... honest!