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Humorous Stories: Squeaky Clean By D. Bruce Barnes
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If “laughter is the best medicine,” then this collection of humorous stories is just what the doctor orders for your funny bone! Also, the index provides over 1,400 applications of these... More > 221 funny stories. This is a resource prepared to put humorous stories right at your fingertips. And they're all "squeaky clean"!< Less
Humorous Stories: Squeaky Clean By D. Bruce Barnes
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If "laughter is the best medicine," then this collection of humorous stories is just what the doctor orders for your funny bone! Also, the index provides over 1,400 applications of these... More > 221 funny stories. This is a resource prepared to put humorous stories right at your fingertips. And they're all "squeaky clean"!< Less
Good Clean Humor By Dr. George Debnam
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This book is a collection of humorous vignettes, fables and stories designed to entertain and to inform. Good humor is good medicine and the good, clean stories and illustrations can serve to enliven... More > sermons, speeches and ordinary conversations.< Less
Clean Freak and Other Stories By Lindsey M. Costley
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Clean Freak and Other Stories is Lindsey M. Costley's first collection of nonfiction essays. The book opens with a critical introduction that situates the creative work in a tradition of comedic... More > personal narrative. David Sedaris, Periel Aschenbrand, and Jack Driscoll include some of the influences that shape the ideas and techniques behind the essays. For example, Sedaris’ situational humor inspired essays such as “The Penis,” in which the author describes her experience drawing nude models in an art class. The themes in the collection range from family and loss to personal growth and societal issues, such as body image and homosexuality. The title piece, “Clean Freak,” encapsulates several of these themes as the author examines her own obsession with cleanliness.< Less
Clean Freak and Other Stories By Lindsey M. Costley
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Clean Freak and Other Stories is Lindsey M. Costley's first collection of nonfiction essays. The book opens with a critical introduction that situates the creative work in a tradition of comedic... More > personal narrative. David Sedaris, Periel Aschenbrand, and Jack Driscoll include some of the influences that shape the ideas and techniques behind the essays. For example, Sedaris’ situational humor inspired essays such as “The Penis,” in which the author describes her experience drawing nude models in an art class. The themes in the collection range from family and loss to personal growth and societal issues, such as body image and homosexuality. The title piece, “Clean Freak,” encapsulates several of these themes as the author examines her own obsession with cleanliness.< Less
Trevor The Turkey Gets Clean By Tanya Sandquist
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This book is for children and adults, who love to laugh at the humor in everyday life. Trevor the Turkey doesn't know how to get clean after a long day of playing outside. With lots of laughter and... More > the patience of his Mama, Trevor soon discovers how to get clean...just in time for dinner.< Less
A Quarter's Worth of Humor By James Brigleb
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People love to smile, and this book should help. Whether it's telling these to others, or just reading them, the jokes, anecdotes, stories, and material in this book provides 45 opportunities to... More > smile and laugh at good, clean humor. The author provides his background in sharing how these might be used in the classroom, business, or speaking engagement.< Less
A Goose in the Shower . . . Is Good Clean Fun By L J Lynn
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This collection of verse transports the reader through seas of double meanings, suggestiveness, intimate views of personal behavior, satire, and elusive love. It parallels the seriousness of Poe with... More > parodies of form evoking the terror of The Raven, and with an air of levity, these portray the frustrations of a self-storage center manager in The Craven, and a language professor in The Maven, both of which follow the style and form of the insuperable E. A. Poe. A look at the innocence of alternate sexuality and the novelty of youthful personal interaction is portrayed in The Young and the Gay which itself expresses an attitude about social views of human emotion without taking a stand. It leaves the perception up to the reader to come to any conclusions. A Goose in the Shower is a playful presentation of the fads and foibles of human sexual behavior, and it objectively observes the patterns of courtship in many of the venues where it is least expected to be observed.< Less
How to Remember Jokes - Clean version By Richard Webster
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"How to Remember Jokes" is a simple system to remember jokes. Have you ever been in a situation where someone told a joke, and you wanted to tell one in return, but couldn't remember any of... More > the thousands of jokes you've heard over the years? You'll never experience that again once you've read this book. Richard Webster has taught workshops on memory for many years. The most popular part of these has always been the session on remembering jokes. Once you've read this book, you'll always have a selection of jokes that you can instantly recall whenever you wish to add humor to a situation.< Less
Stories of Clean Living, the Dutch-American Way By Jenn Miller
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This is a collection of personal essays inspired by, and, in most instances, written originally for the purpose of bringing a little enjoyment to a girl who was considered a best friend to many. It... More > began as an attempt to entertain this friend and cousin during her illness. The author has revised and expanded this collection for the general public, and especially for anyone who might have grown up in a somewhat religiously and ethnically homogenous subculture of America. In other words, you do not have to have played Dutch Bingo to enjoy this book, but it helps if you have. Ten percent of the price of this book goes to support cancer research.< Less