Dumb Jokes for Smart Folks
Jessica Delfino (Author)
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It's time for moms to take back the corny dad joke.
Dumb Jokes for Smart Folks delivers a grown-up spin on the quintessential children's joke book. Chock-full of silly wordplay and looney leaps in logic, this collection touches on a variety of topics and themes, from the great outdoors, to parenting, music, and recreational cannabis. Perfect for readers who wish to reconnect with their inner-child or anyone who enjoys a good guffaw- or groan-worthy joke.
- How do you poach an egg? You just take it when the chicken isn't looking
- What state is the most inquisitive? Why-oming
- What do you get when you combine guacamole and bread? Avocadough
November 26, 2020
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.29 inches | 0.42 pounds
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About the Author
Jessica worked as a stand-up comedian and comedic musician in New York City from the early 2000s, touring on the success of the aforementioned viral video from 2006 until more recently, when motherhood took center stage. She shifted her focus to writing satire, essays and articles for publications such as The New Yorker Shouts, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The New York Times, Working Mother, Mother Magazine, The Atlantic, SELF Magazine, Huffington Post and Pitchfork. Her short, comedic parenting essay Driving Under The Influence Of Child was also featured in Gestalten's parenting book published in August 2020, and her writing was included in Lenka Clayton's, Mothers' Days journal.