Encounter jokes and anecdotes that are both surprisingly insightful as well as humorous in Clean Jokes, Inspirational Stories, and More. From touching stories that shed painful light on the ironies of life, to hilarious and unexpected endings of great quips, Ron Dykstra has put together nothing but the best. Each reader has probably encountered a few of these, maybe with a different spin, but Ron has put them all together so that anyone can share them with friends and family. Find out the surprising conclusions that range in subject matter from aging and the sexes to work and play. There are even sections with useful home remedies that anyone can use.
Let Clean Jokes, Inspirational Stories, and More give you wholesome, hilarious, and moving stories that you can share with others.
©2009 Ron Dykstra (P)2009 Tate
all of it
I read it on a plane and was laughing out loud I shared it with the person sitting next to me and we both were laughing
Many of the jokes were old, some of the stories were very touchihing. Overall I was happy with the content.
The narration on the other hand seemed staccato and the snickers were forced. He is a great reader, not a great storyteller.
This book isn’t anything original; it’s just a transcript of jokes and stories that everyone in the world has already seen on the internet before at least a dozen times. The problem is that you are not only getting the rehashed jokes and stories, you are getting annoying chain letters and preachy emails in addition to home cure remedies that may or may not work, etc. Amazingly, they even tried to include in this audio version one of those letters where everything is written with numbers but is still possible to read. It comes as no surprise that that one makes little sense if you can’t see it printed in front of you. The most irritating part for me was the inclusion of those stories whose sole purpose is to make you feel bad about something.
I think the author just got every pile of junk mail he received over the past 2 years and printed them out in this book without filtering them first.
Some of these jokes were at least funny once in a far distant past so I’ll give the book a 3, but I’m going to have to take one star off for preachiness.
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