Written for people who know a joke when they see one, Making a Joke Out of One's Life contains more than 2,500 side-splitting jokes and witty one-liners. Ken Willidau's unique brand of humour addresses all aspects of life-from birth to death and everything in between.
Willidau employs a variety of humourous devices to convey his message. The myriad of one-liners includes dark humour, tongue-in-cheek wit, jest, self-deprecating humour, plays on words, and more. Sections revolve around themes such as school, religion, sporting, homosexuality, depression and aging.
Clever chapter titles make for interesting reading: "Here Goes Nothing-The First Weak", "The Deformative Years", "Friends and Enemas", "Sporting-A Black Eye", "Proxy Morons", and "Suicide-A-Go-Go" are just a few hilarious plays on words that you'll encounter.
Making a Joke Out of One's Life is perfect for that rainy afternoon spent inside and will give you a whole new repertoire of jokes to share with your friends and enemies!