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Mock the Week: Next Year's Book

Mock the Week: Next Year's Book

A bumper book of all-new gags from the hit BBC2 comedy show
Our Price: €17.85
ISBN/EAN9780752227368
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Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Pub. Date: September 1 2010
Author: Patterson, Dan
Format: Hardback
Pages:160
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From the makers of the bestselling "Mock the Week: This Year's Book" comes this laugh-out-loud funny collection of one-liners for, well, the year after. Jam-packed with near-the-knuckle, quickfire gags, categories include: Unlikely Things to Read on the Back of a Book: "Incredibly moving, the book of the year". (Whizzer and Chips). Bad Things to Hear in Hospital: 'Can you feel that? You can feel my finger? Do you like it? Does it feel good? Sh*t, the doctor's here'. Unlikely Things to Read in a Romance Novel: It was love at first sight - she a beautiful heiress, he a donkey in a hat. Unlikely Board Game Instructions: Having taken the cards out of your rectum, shuffle them and give everyone the maximum they will accept. Unlikely Things to Hear on a PA System: 'Could the man who has just been decapitated in Coach 6 please stop pressing the emergency button'.
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