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The Irish Joke Book is a comprehensive set of jokes about the Irish. Brendon Kelly pokes fun at the Irish from the troubled times of the 1980¡¦s through to the Irish of today, still in global recession like the rest of us. The Irish can laugh at themselves and won¡¦t mind these, or should I say dese, jokes. Just take a few at a time. You¡¦ll laugh, groan and snicker at these sometimes harsh, sometimes crazy but always amusing Irish jokes. No-one is safe - not pilots on the Irish national airline Aer Lingus, not Guinness drinkers, nor Irish council workers. ¡§Sure they¡¦re not safe.¡¨ The Irish love a laugh, and have that inbuilt Celt good sense-of-humor, or as we text GSOH. And then there¡¦s the lurvely accent, on de ladies. And they¡¦re good looking and the men - aren¡¦t - ƒº You¡¦ll have your favorites. Then you¡¦ll forget where the hell it was - dat joke. So I wrote dis handy Index at da back. Ya can test yourself by finding de words in de Index dat you remember all dere, to find de joke again. Or try and remember da joke from the line in de Index. Tanks a million ... P.S. Da sketches are of ¡¥Molly Malone¡¦ in ¡¥Grafton Street, Dublin¡¦ and the Irish milk given when ya donate a pint of blood. God bless the Irish! Brendon Kelly

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