Laughter the Best Medicine

A little chuckle every day will keep the doctor away. This hilarious collection offers up some of the funniest moments that get us through our day, in the form of jokes, gags and cartoons that will have readers laughing out loud.

Author: Editors of Reader's Digest

Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 0895779773

Category: Reference

Page: 216

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With more than sixty-five illustrations, this irreverent collection of amusements culled from the popular Reader's Digest column "Laughter, the best medicine" includes one-liners, silly riddles, jokes, quips, and cartoons. Original.

Laughter Still Is the Best Medicine

This hilarious collection offers up some of the funniest moments that get us through our day, in the form of jokes, gags and cartoons that will have readers laughing out loud.

Author: Editors of Reader's Digest

Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 1621451372

Category: Humor

Page: 216

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This hilarious collection offers up some of the funniest moments that get us through our day, in the form of jokes, gags and cartoons that will have readers laughing out loud. Editors have mined the Reader’s Digest archives to bring readers Laughter the Best Medicine, All-Time Faves, a collection of the most hilarious jokes and anecdotes we’ve come across over the years. As you turn the pages of our newest collection, you’ll realize once again that laughter is always the best medicine. “Did you hear the one about the hitchhiker who never got anywhere? He’d get up early to avoid traffic.” --Chuck Welch, Houston, TX “When my husband was a home builder, his thumb ended up on the business end of a sledgehammer, and our three-year-old daughter, Kiana, was eager to tell the entire world. When her caregiver asked how the accident had happened, Kiana shook her head sadly and said, “You know, sometimes at work, my daddy just gets hammered.” --Stasia Uhlmann, Rocky Mountain House, Canada “After one of my students acted up, I took him to our school psychiatrist, who asked if he had ADHD. “No,” said the boy. “I just have a normal TV.” –Matthew Hughes, Fort Collins, CO “I’ve been told that when you meet the right person, you know immediately. How come when you meet the wrong person, it takes a year and a half?” --Comedian Phil Hanley

Laughter the Best Medicine Jokes for Everyone

Jokes for everyone, collected from emails sent to me by friends. No offensive dirty jokes included.

Author: Vincenzo Berghella

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780615179209

Category: Humor

Page: 72

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Jokes for everyone, collected from emails sent to me by friends. No offensive dirty jokes included.

Laughter the Best Medicine Two

Complemented by more than two hundred illustrations and photographs, an irreverent collection of humor culled from the popular Reader's Digest column "Laughter, the Best Medicine" includes one-liners, silly riddles, jokes, quips, anecdotes, ...

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Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 0762108142

Category: Humor

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Complemented by more than two hundred illustrations and photographs, an irreverent collection of humor culled from the popular Reader's Digest column "Laughter, the Best Medicine" includes one-liners, silly riddles, jokes, quips, anecdotes, and cartoons. Original.

Laughter Really Is The Best Medicine

This collection of laugh-out-loud jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life-drawn from Reader's Digest magazine's most popular humor columns-is sure to tickle the funny bone.

Author: Editors of Reader's Digest

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781606525852

Category: Humor

Page: 216

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This collection of laugh-out-loud jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life-drawn from Reader's Digest magazine's most popular humor columns-is sure to tickle the funny bone. Packed with more than 1,000 jokes, anecdotes, cartoons, quotes, and stories contributed by professional comedians, joke writers, and readers of the magazine, this side-splitting compilation pokes fun at the facts and foibles of daily routines, illustrating that life is often funnier than fiction Did you hear about the Broadway actor who broke through the floorboards? He was just going through a stage What did the ill comic say in the hospital? "I'm here...all weak!" Charles Dickens walks into a bar and orders a martini. The bartender asks, "Olive or twist?" Posted in a dental office: "Be kind to your dentist. He has fillings too." "The main advantage of being famous is that when you bore people at dinner parties, they think it is their fault." -Henry Kissinger, Nobel Peace Prize, 1973 As Groucho Marx once said, "A laugh is like an aspirin, only it works twice as fast."

Laughter the Best Medicine Holidays

This is not coincidence.” —Erma Bombeck Last Christmas morning, after all the presents were opened, it was clear that my five-year-old son wasn’t thrilled with the ratio of toys to clothes he’d received.

Author: Editors of Reader's Digest

Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 1606525468

Category: Humor

Page: 192

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If ever there was a time of year in which we need a sense of humor, it’s the holidays in America—and the latest little book in this best-selling series is here to help! Brimming with America’s funniest stories, one-liners, cartoons, quotes, and jokes, this side-splitting collection explodes the myth that the holidays are the picture of clean homes, well-behaved children, meticulously wrapped gifts, absolutely perfect food, distinguished guests, and perpetual, shiny white smiles. Here is just a sampling of the holiday havoc we all recognize—and love: “Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare. They are consumed in twelve minutes. Half-times take twelve minutes. This is not coincidence.” —Erma Bombeck Last Christmas morning, after all the presents were opened, it was clear that my five-year-old son wasn’t thrilled with the ratio of toys to clothes he’d received. As he trudged slowly up the stairs, I called out, “Hey, where are you going?” “To my room,” he said, “to play with my new socks.” “The one thing women don’t want to find in their stockings on Christmas morning is their husband.” —Joan Rivers

Laughter Is the Best Medicine Work

Laughter the Best Medicine @ Work is a collection of eight decades’ worth of Reader’s Digest magazine jokes invovling jobs, the workplace, co-workers, bosses, excuses, sick days, etc.

Author: Editors of Reader's Digest

Publisher: Readers Digest

ISBN: 1606524798

Category: Humor

Page: 216

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Lighten up and laugh your way through the 9-to-5 grind with this mix of hilarious wisecracks, uproarious one-liners, full-color cartoons, and quotations from famous (and not-so-famous) wits. The hundreds of jokes and quips in Laughter the Best Medicine @ Work have been collected from more than eight decades’ worth of Reader’s Digest magazines and are guaranteed to brighten up your workday. You’ll find everything from outrageous resumes to creative excuses for calling in sick. So whether you suffer from an e-mail gone wrong, an irritating coworker, or a dreadful boss, you’ll see that laughter is the best medicine for all your work woes. A survey sent out to our contractors posed the question, “What motivates you to come to work every day?” One guy answered, “Probation officer.” —E. Hewitt One of the less difficult blanks to fill in on our job-agency application is "Position Wanted." One job seeker wrote "Sitting." —Flo Traywick, Lynchburg, Virginia What do you call twin policemen? Copies. —Tyler Meason My sister Angela was impressed by a job applicant's confidence. "How will you gain your coworkers' respect?" she asked. The reply: "Mainly through my misdemeanor." —Gretchen Duff, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania My laptop was driving me crazy. “The A, E, and I keys always stick,” I complained to a friend. She quickly diagnosed the problem. “Your computer is suffering from irritable vowel syndrome.” —Angie Bulakites My coworker at the hotel was miserable at his job and was desperately searching for a new one. "Why don't you work for your mother?" I suggested. He shook his head. "I can't," he said. "Her company has a very strict policy against hiring relatives." "Who made up that ridiculous rule?" "My mother." —Doug Barilla, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Laughter Totally is the Best Medicine

This collection of laugh-out-loud, clean jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life—drawn from Reader’s Digest magazine’s most popular humor columns—is sure to tickle the funny bone.

Author: Reader's Digest

Publisher: Reader's Digest

ISBN: 1621454061

Category: Humor

Page: 216

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More than 1,000 of the funniest, laugh-out-loud jokes, quips, quotes, anecdotes, and cartoons from Reader’s digest magazine—guaranteed to put laughter in your day. This collection of laugh-out-loud, clean jokes, one-liners, and other lighthearted glimpses of life—drawn from Reader’s Digest magazine’s most popular humor columns—is sure to tickle the funny bone. Packed with more than 1,000 jokes, anecdotes, funny things kids say, cartoons, quotes, and stories contributed by professional comedians, joke writers, and readers of the magazine, this side-splitting compilation pokes fun at the facts and foibles of daily routines, illustrating that life is often funnier than fiction. “If evolution really works, how come mothers have only two hands? – Milton Berle The game card said: “Name three wars.” My teenage daughter’s response: “Civil War, Revolutionary War, and Star Wars.” Why do Pilgrims’ pants fall down? Because their belts are on their hats! Check out this billion-dollar idea. A smoke detector that shuts off when you yell, “I’m just cooking!” Overheard in an office: Supervisor to team leader: "So our people aren’t astute enough to understand these comments on the document?" Leader: "What does astute mean?"