The Worst Dead Baby Jokes of All Time (And Why It's Ok To Laugh At Them)

The Worst Dead Baby Jokes of All Time (And Why It's Ok To Laugh At Them)

by Oliver Gaspirtz

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Overview

Are you a self-righteous political correctness crusader?

Looking for the next big thing to get all outraged over?

Do you plan on being highly offended by this book?

Remember, just because you find dead baby jokes insensitive and offensive doesn't mean you have the right to ruin the fun for everyone else.

Think of it this way: Just because you have a nut allergy, you don't get to ruin the Peanuts movie for everyone else.

These are just jokes. Terribly tasteless jokes. But just jokes nonetheless.

You know, Freedom of Speech and what not.

No actual babies were harmed during the making of this book.

So don't get your politically correct panties in a knot. Relax, take a deep breath, and allow yourself to laugh.

I won't tell anybody what a sick puppy you are. It'll be our little secret. It's ok to laugh at terrible jokes. Really. (More about that at the end of this book.)

Gaspirtz

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164124588
Publisher: Westhoff Publishing
Publication date: 06/25/2020
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 710,645
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Gaspirtz's award-winning cartoons have appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines like Saturday Evening Post, SUN and National Enquirer.

His work has also been featured in dozens of books, including the New York Times best-selling series, Chicken Soup For The Soul.

You might have seen some of his comics online, on sites like BuzzFeed.

Gaspirtz cartoons have been on display in several museums, like the Museum of Modern Art in Tehran, Iran and the National Museum of Cartoon Art in Boca Raton, Florida.

In the late 1980s, Gaspirtz founded a video game development company called Amok Entertainment.

After programming several 8-bit games, he retired from coding and focused on game design as project manager for games like Pot Panic and Woody The Worm. Some of Amok's games were published by a subsidiary of Electronic Arts.

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