Dublin Wit: The Best of Dublin Humour

Dublin Wit: The Best of Dublin Humour

by Desmond MacHale
     
 

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Ireland is the only place in the world where procrastination takes on a sense of urgency.

Dave Allen

A little Dublin boy in school was asked to use the word 'bewitches' in a sentence. He said, 'You go on ahead; I'll be wit' yez in a minute.'

Written by Ireland's most prolific joke book and humour writer, this collection of the very best Dublin jokes, stories

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Ireland is the only place in the world where procrastination takes on a sense of urgency.

Dave Allen

A little Dublin boy in school was asked to use the word 'bewitches' in a sentence. He said, 'You go on ahead; I'll be wit' yez in a minute.'

Written by Ireland's most prolific joke book and humour writer, this collection of the very best Dublin jokes, stories and one-liners is a tribute to the unique wit of Dublin. From the popular sport of renaming local landmarks, such as the Floozie in the Jacuzzi, to the humour of some of Dublin's most famous characters, including Brendan Behan, Oscar Wilde, Dave Allen and George Bernard Shaw, this collection shows why Dublin wit is renowned worldwide.

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ISBN-13:
9781856358385
Publisher:
Mercier Press, Limited, The
Publication date:
03/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
File size:
0 MB

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Ireland is the only place in the world where procrastination takes on a sense of urgency.

Dave Allen

A little Dublin boy in school was asked to use the word 'bewitches' in a sentence. He said, 'You go on ahead; I'll be wit' yez in a minute.'

Written by Ireland's most prolific joke book and humour writer, this collection of the very best Dublin jokes, stories and one-liners is a tribute to the unique wit of Dublin. From the popular sport of renaming local landmarks, such as the Floozie in the Jacuzzi, to the humour of some of Dublin's most famous characters, including Brendan Behan, Oscar Wilde, Dave Allen and George Bernard Shaw, this collection shows why Dublin wit is renowned worldwide.

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