If you've ever heard a Jewish, Italian, Libyan, Catholic, Mexican, Polish, Belgian, Irish, Norwegian, or an Essex Girl, Newfie, Mother-in-Law, or joke aimed at a minority, this book of Brazilian jokes is for you.
In this not-so-original book, The Best Ever Book of Brazilian Jokes; Lots and Lots of Jokes Specially Repurposed for You-Know-Who, Mark Young takes a whole lot of tired, worn out jokes and makes them funny again. The Best Ever Book of Brazilian Jokes is so unoriginal, it's original. And, if you don't burst out laughing from at least one Brazilian joke in this book, there's something wrong with you.
This book has so many Brazilian jokes; you won't know where to start. For example:
Why do Brazilians wear slip-on shoes?
You need an IQ of at least 4 to tie a shoelace.
An evil genie captured a Brazilian and her two friends and banished them to the desert for a week. The genie allowed each person to bring one thing.
The first friend brought a canteen so he wouldn't die of thirst.
The second friend brought an umbrella to keep the sun off.
The Brazilian brought a car door, because if it got too hot she could just roll down the window!
Did you hear about the Brazilian who wore two jackets when she painted the house?
The instructions on the can said: "Put on two coats."
Why do Brazilians laugh three times when they hear a joke?
Once when it is told, once when it is explained to them, and once when they understand it.
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About the Author
Mark Geoffrey Young is an American-Australian writer, journalist and humorist who has written hundreds of books, articles and scripts for magazines, newspapers and radio stations around the world.
His books include The West Australian Joke Book, How to Promote Your Business, Dr. Young's Guide to Demotivating Employees, How to Sell Your House Condo or Co-op in Any Market and the current series of The Best Ever Book of Jokes.