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Available August 2014
Gut Busters and Belly Laughs!: Jokes for Seniors, Boomers, and Anyone Else Who Thinks 30-Somethings Are Just Kidsby Steven D. Price
Synopses & Reviews
Although no one has ever said that growing old is a zany laugh riot, humor certainly eases the path to and through ones golden years. And here is a heaping dose of jokes and anecdotes (anecdotes for ones anec-dotage, you might say) to lighten and brighten the day of anyone whos reached that certain age. You and the special senior in your life will laugh at jokes about a wide range of subjects, including . . .
One-Liners: Ive learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes.” —Andy Rooney
Memory: A senior citizen driving on the highway received a cell phone call from his wife. Herman, be careful! I just heard on the radio that there was a madman driving the wrong way on Route 280!” The husband replied, I know, but there isnt just one—there are hundreds!”
Sex and the Senior: An eighty-two-year-old man went to his doctor for a physical. A few days later the doctor saw him walking down the street with a gorgeous young woman on his arm.
Several days later the doctor spoke to his patient and commented, Youre really doing great, arent you?”
The man replied, Im just doing what you said, Doc—Get a hot mamma and be cheerful.”
The doctor said, I didn't say that. I said, Youve got a heart murmur. Be careful.”
Belly Laughs is a lode” of fun for the young at heart of all ages, especially the golden age. Remember this bit of sage advice: If you laugh a lot, when you get older your wrinkles will be in the right places.”
About the Author
Steven D. Price is the author or editor of forty fiction and nonfiction books, including the bestselling 1001 . . . Things Ever Said series and the award-winning The American Quarter Horse. In the course of his five-decade publishing career, he has been a book and magazine editor and a literary agent. Currently a consulting editor and the manuscript doctor” at Skyhorse Publishing, he is aging nicely in New York City.
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