Jokes for all Occasions - Anonymous Book Description
Really itching to read this book!!!😎
This looks so FUNNY I just want to get it SOOOOOO bad!!!!!!
This is why people commit suicide.
By Larissa's iPhone 6
The idea to make this book was probably a joke.
this is just bad and, if you think of a better fish let minnow
Jokes for all occasions
By Sea creature223
I love this book
It was bad it was more like a story book then a joke book.that was the worst jokes ever. Don't make another one
By Bella Lederman rocks!
When I got this book I thought it would be great....
Stories in poor taste
This is not so much a book of jokes for different occasions, but more of a collection of racist, stereotypical stories, with different themes. Not a joke book, not funny, and definitely not something to read if you're offended by antisemetic or racist anecdotes.
Out dated and might offend
Copyright in the 1920's which was a very different time. The reference to negroes and colored is very outdated along with the stereotype of a lack of education.
Keep the time period in mind when reading this. I am glad I did not grow up during such a time and would find it rather offensive if published today.
Oscar Wilde, Gelett Burgess, Ellis Parker Butler, Frank R. Stockton, Théophile Gautier, Brander Matthews, John Kendrick Bangs, Anonymous, Richard Middleton, Wallace Irwin, Nelson Lloyd, Eden Phillpotts, Ruth McEnery Stuart, Will Adams, Washington Irving, Richard Barham, Burges Johnson, Elsie Brown & Rose Cecil O'Neill