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Funny Photos Electronic Flip Album
Over 400 Funny Photos in an interactive electronic photo album.
Bonus 'Osama Collection' Electronic Flip Album
Over 150 funny pictures of the man we all love to hate
Funny Files Collection
A collection of over 125 funny Video clips, Audio clips, Games,
Slideshows and Animations
That's Comedy! Joke Book - Preview Edition.
Billy and Pa' were walking in the woods when they came across a sign saying, "Tree Fellers wanted".
Billy said, "Ye know Pa', it's a shame Paddy isn't here. We could have gotten the job".
A man is driving along in the Irish countryside, when he comes to a petrol station, since he's in need of petrol, the man decides to stop.
He says to the attendant at the station, "Fill it up, will you?".
The man says "Sorry - we're right out of petrol."
So the man considers, and says "Well, I'm a bit low on oil, would you mind topping that up?"
The 100 Funniest Jokes Of All Time"
with input from comics and writers including David Brenner, Jim Brogan, Dick Cavett, Larry David, Al Franken, Larry Gelbart, Jon Groff, Richard Jeni, Jonathan Katz, Chris Kelly, Billy Kimball, Robert Klein, Richard Lewis, Jackie Martling, William Novak, and Gene Perret.
"The Ultimate 'Yo Mama' Collection"
Over 500 Yo Mamma jokes are crammed into this 21 page ebook...
Yo mama's so dumb, she told me to meet her at the corner of Walk and Don't Walk.
Yo mama's so fat, her driver's license says "Picture continued on other side."
NANNY REILLY & THE RECUETEERS
There are 3 surefire strategies that will turn your child into a reader for life!
Narrated by the Author & Authentic Irish Storyteller Annette O'Leary-Coggins. Intriguing Fairytales!
The influence of the storytellers and reading adventure books certainly contributed to our wealthy and happy childhood. Not monetary wealth, as back in the sixties in Ireland that type of lifestyle didn't exist. My parents carried that burden on their shoulders, while we carried on with our wonderful childhood. Our imaginations ran riot. Everything we did was an ongoing adventure, and guaranteed to be continued on the next outing.