Author(s): Mike Haskins
What's brown and sticky? A stick. Remember the jokes you told in the playground? The ones you annoyed your parents with for hours and hours? The ones you secretly still find hilarious? This book contains them all, and more. Clean enough for children but funny enough for adults, Best Ever Playground Jokes is packed full of the stupidest jokes ever told. What happens if you pass out after eating too much curry? You go into a korma. What's red and bad for your teeth? A brick. Containing a mix of well-loved favourites and brand new, originally written jokes, this rib-tickling book is an essential read for big kids everywhere. Word count: 35,000
Mike Haskins is a professional joke writer who has written TV and radio material for just about everybody, including Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, Simon Pegg, Graeme Garden, Steve Coogan, Mitchell and Webb and Smack the Pony. His other publications include The Old Ones are the Best, Man Walks into a Bar and our very own When in Rome.