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Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9781035419760

Price: £6.99

ON SALE: 24th October 2024

Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

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To celebrate the earliest arrival of Christmas ever – this September, no doubt – The Little Book of Christmas Jokes is the perfect stocking filler gift for those looking to infuse their family with even more festive cheer than last year.
Stuffed with more than 175 Yuletide gems, these jolly jokes are guaranteed to make your family and friends laugh – at least once! From puns to gags, one liners to quips, knock-knocks to OTT farcical silliness of which you can’t even begin to imagine, this book – unlike the Inns of Bethlehem – welcomes everyone.

So, what better way to start the festive party than with these hilarious greatest hits of Christmas, a gift book which Santa Claus himself approved, claiming it was “Twice the amount of Christmas fun as Michael Bublé’s baubles,” in his December newsletter.

What does Santa suffer from if he gets stuck in a chimney?

What do the Elves call Santa if he forgets to wear his undercrackers?
St Nickerless

Why don’t you ever see Santa in hospital?
Because he has private elf care!

The Christmas Cracker was invented by Tom Smith, a London-based confectioner and baker, in 1840. Smith initially called them “Bangs of Expectation” before changing the name. At first, love poems were found inside, though they were replaced by hats and jokes in the 1920s.