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ePub Laughter Really Is The Best Medicine: America's Funniest Jokes, Stories, and Cartoons download
Author:
Editors of Reader's Digest
ISBN13:
978-1606522042
ISBN:
1606522043
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Publisher:
Reader's Digest; Original edition (January 6, 2011)
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Humor
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1764 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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625

Unauthorized reproduction, in any manner, is prohibited. Reader’s Digest is a registered. Laughter really is the best medicine : Reader’s Digest’s funniest jokes, quotes, and cartoons from Reader’s Digest magazine. p. cm. ISBN 978-1-60652-204-2. 1. American wit and humor. I. Reader’s Digest Association. Cover art and spot illustrations: George McKeon.

If you are like me and read Laughter is the Best Medicine before any other articles in Readers Digest, you will enjoy this book. One person found this helpful.

I have also purchased several books published by Reader's Digest over the years so I know their products are of excellent quality. This book lives up to the company's reputation.

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Collected from one of the omst popular features of Reader's Digest magazine, this compliation of more than 1,000 all-new jokes, quotes, anecdotes, quips, and cartoons is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud each da. his collection of laugh-out-loud jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life-drawn from Reader's Digest magazine's most popular humor.

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As you turn the pages of our newest collection, you'll realize once again that laughter is always the best medicine. Did you hear the one about the hitchhiker who never got anywhere? He'd get up early to avoid traffic.

Laughter the Best Medicine @ Work is a collection of eight decades’ worth of Reader’s Digest magazine jokes invovling jobs, the workplace, co-workers, bosses, excuses, sick days, etc. There are over 1,000 jokes and anecdotes to lighten up your day! Lighten up and laugh your way through. There are over 1,000 jokes and anecdotes to lighten up your day! Lighten up and laugh your way through the 9-to-5 grind with this mix of hilarious wisecracks, uproarious one-liners, full-color cartoons, and quotations from famous (and not-so-famous) wits

Collected from one of the omst popular features of Reader's Digest magazine, this compliation of more than 1,000 all-new jokes, quotes, anecdotes, quips, and cartoons is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud eachday.This collection of laugh-out-loud jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life-drawn from Reader's Digest magazine's most popular humor columns-is sure to tickle the funny bone. Packed with more than 1,000 jokes, anecdotes, cartoons, quotes, quips, funny things kids say, and stories contributed by professional comedians, joke writers, and readers of the magazine, this side-splitting compilation pokes fun at the facts and foibles of daily routines, illustrating that life is often funnier than fiction Did you hear about the Broadway actor who broke through the floorboards? He was just going through a stage What did the ill comic say in the hospital? "I'm here...all weak!" Charles Dickens walks into a bar and orders a martini. The bartender asks, "Olive or twist?" Posted in a dental office: "Be kind to your dentist. He has fillings too." "The main advantage of being famous is that when you bore people at dinner parties, they think it is their fault." -Henry Kissinger, Nobel Peace Prize, 1973 As Groucho Marx once said, "A laugh is like an aspirin, only it works twice as fast."
  • "Laughter Really Is the Best Medicine" is a compilation of more than 1,000 jokes submitted to Reader's Digest magazine's 'Laughter is the Best Medicine' column over the years. Regardless of whether you believe laughter can literally enhance your health, you will certainly get a healthy dose of humor out of this book.

    I've been a subscriber to Reader's Digest for more years than I care to remember, and the joke pages are where I always go first, before I read any of the more serious articles. I expected most of the jokes in this book would be familiar to me. Much to my surprise, nearly every single one was new to me!

    That could be just a function of a failing memory, but whether or not I had previously read any of them, these jokes got a lot of laughter out of me. They are all good, clean G-rated humor, suitable for sharing around the dinner table... or they would have been, if my wife had let me.

    Everybody needs a good laugh once in a while. This book is a great place to go for that laugh. I absolutely insist that everybody should get a copy of this book, if not for your health, at least for your peace of mind. Nothing puts stress in its place quite like a good hearty laugh.

    As with any collection of jokes, there will be examples that you won't find funny, and others your friends won't find funny. BUT... and this is a big but (no, that wasn't a joke), out of more than 1,000 jokes, just imagine how many you WILL find humorous! Statistically speaking, the odds are phenomenal that you will find yourself laughing at a great many of these jokes. When you look at it that way, how can you resist this sales pitch?

    You will find yourself repeating many of these jokes around the water cooler at work, or in your email correspondences. But a word of warning... if your friends or co-workers start to turn the other way whenever they see you coming, maybe you should back off with sharing the jokes quite so much. Some folks just don't have a sense of humor.

  • I have no idea how I was lucky enough to get this gem free on my Kindle, but I'm so happy I did! This is the perfect book to pick up and read for a few minutes every day for some comic relief. It's a great mix of cartoons, comics, one-liners and jokes. I haven't seen anything dirty or offensive, just good, clean jokes. There's a lot packed in to it! Here are a few examples:

    -A junior manager, senior manager and their boss were on their way to a lunch meeting. In the cab they found a lamp. The boss rubbed it, and a genie appeared. "I'll grant you one wish each," the genie said. Grabbing the lamp from his boss, the eager senior manager shouted, "I want to be on a fast boat in the Bahamas with no worries." And poof, he was gone. The junior manager couldn't keep quiet. He shouted, "I want to be in Miami, with beautiful girls, food and cocktails." And poof, he was gone. Finally it was the boss's turn. "I want those idiots back in the office after lunch."

    -When I overheard one of my cashiers tell a customer, "We haven't' had it for a while, and I doubt we'll be getting it soon," I quickly assured the customer that we would have whatever it was she wanted by next week. After she left, I read the cashier the riot act. "Never tell the customer that we're out of anything. Tell them we'll have it next week," I instructed her. "Now, what did she want?" "Rain"

    There's just a few I quickly found and laughed at. That's a small example of what's in this hilarious book. Absolutely worth the free download and I would've gladly paid $10 or less for it. It would be a great little gift to give someone.

  • I write a lot on my "Felix at Fifty" blog, often with great nostalgia, about growing up in the 1970s - and here is another opportunity for all of us aging Baby Boomers to reminisce a bit, and with a smile on our face, to boot! When I was a kid, everybody subscribed to Reader's Digest. We kids largely ignored the boring articles, but we lived for the funny stuff - Laughter, the Best Medicine, Humor in Uniform, etc. We laughed out loud. We told each other those clean, innocent jokes on the playground (what a different time the Seventies were). As an aspiring writer, at the age of ten, I even sent RD a few jokes for consideration (I think they paid $50 back then if they used your joke - an enormous amount of money to a ten year old, especially in 1970s dollars!)... Anyway, Laughter Really Is The Best Medicine: America's Funniest Jokes, Stories, and Cartoons offers a terrific opportunity not only to reminisce about the simpler times of our youth, but also to find lots of not-too-challenging, clean jokes you can safely tell at the office, or use to add entertainment value to speeches, sermons, staff meetings, etc. Great stuff!

  • This is my first 2 star review. I may not laugh quite as quickly as some people, but this book is not funny. I would not recommend buying it.

  • I have always enjoyed reading Reader's Digest and especially enjoyed the jokes in each issue. I have also purchased several books published by Reader's Digest over the years so I know their products are of excellent quality.

    This book lives up to the company's reputation. Many of the jokes did make me laugh out loud, and I also enjoyed the cartoons. I was pleasantly surprised to find them in color on my Kindle.

    There were a number of jokes included in this book that I have seen in e-mails that people love to send to all their friends. So some of the jokes were ones I had read before, but the quality of the book is excellent.

  • Grew up reading RD. I used to stay at my grandparents house and spend hours in my 'Lolo's ' office going through his shelf of old RD issues.
    My old ritual would be reading 'Laughter...' first, then 'Humor in Uniform. Then on to 'All in a Day's Work' ,and so on, section by section till I finished the entire magazine. Those were some of the best times of my life. I started the day out with laughter and ended up learning so much with each issue.
    This is a great book to read and keep. I am admittedly biased here but a good laugh is not something anyone should turn down. And the collection you get here provides you with lots of material to provide that.

  • Perfect! I just love clean funny jokes in this book, I will purchase more...