The (not Quite) Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book Children's Edition by Tim Vine
  

Synopsis

The (not Quite) Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book Children's Edition by Tim Vine

Comedian and TV star, Tim Vine, will have you laughing for hours with this new, abridged version of his hilarious joke book ... Velcro . What a rip off. Why do you never see an elephant on a bus? Because he's got a massive bum. So I went to the doctors. I said, 'I got hurt in a pillow fight.' He said, 'You've got concushion.' Believe it or not there are twice as many eyebrows in the world as there are people. I tried to surf the Internet and I fell off my chair. Read it to find these funny puns, plus many more original jokes and illustrations. You won't be able to put it down!

Reviews

Creasing ourselves every 10 seconds as we read another one-liner from The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Jokebook...pure comedy gold. Oh, we love Tim Vine The Herald The amazing undisputed king of the one-liner Time Out Tim Vine is seriously funny... his unswerving devotion to making us laugh is something pure and wonderful The Times Vine's gags are timeless...they are puns on everyday situations, as well as being inoffensive and uncontroversial The Independent Skillfully delivered, hugely popular, continuously funny and utterly unique Guardian

About the Author

Tim Vine burst onto the stand-up circuit by winning the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1995 and has since gone on to find universal acclaim as the undisputed master of the one-liner. In 2004 Tim became the Guinness World Record Holder for telling the most jokes in an hour, smashing the previous record with a total of 499. He lives in London and is currently co-starring in the hit sitcom Not Going Out.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
208 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Tim Vine
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Publisher

Publication date

29th September 2011

ISBN

9781849416207


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