A Collection of the Sickest, Most Offensive and Politically Incorrect Jokes
Author: Ivor Hugh Jardon
"It's the perfect present for that rich granny with a heart condition." "This book will give you the best chat in the pub, dazzle dates in fancy restaurants, and provide endless family entertainment at Christmas." "Just what the doctor ordered. Funny as hell from start to finish." This book is a selection of some of the best jokes which have been hand picked from a collection of over 300,000 jokes from Sickipedia - the world's top joke website. The jokes contained within these pages are sick, rude, politically incorrect, offensive, obscene and in some cases Just Wrong, but the end results are Funny and Hilarious. All of the jokes are submitted by the general public to Sickipedia. Every time there is a big story - say a murder or a disaster, following the news comes the jokes. Psychologists probably have something to say about this, but not us, we just want to be the number one place for finding, recording and disseminating this material. WARNING: The content of this book is packed full of inappropriate material. It is definitely NOT suitable for children or the easily offended. Within these pages are jokes about religion, racism, crime and illegal sex acts. Remember what you read are not points of view; they are just jokes - nothing more! Here's a selection of what topics to expect! Some Top Jokes The Sickipedia 10 Commandments Crime The Police Sex Crimes Drink & Drugs Theft Murder Other Crimes What Not to Say on a First Date Illness and Mortality Cancer AIDS & Other STD's Alzheimer/Dementia Disabilities Death The Sickipedians Guide to Britishness Racism The British Chavs, Pikeys and Gypsies The Scottish The Welsh The Irish Europe Americans Asian Indians & Pakistanis Black Excuses for being late Religion Christianity Catholics Jewish Other Religions Good news. Bad News Sex and Shit Sex The Wife Blondes The Rules! Other Football Wordplay One-Liners Misunderstandings Limericks
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