Here are 500 ribald, racy, totally outrageous jokes that will curl your hair, open your eyes wide, and elicit cackles and guffaws. There is nothing tame or restrained about these anecdotes. The Classic Book of Dirty Jokes is the original dirty joke book. In 1928, a group of citizens, induding some rather well-known individuals, gathered together the best and dirtiest jokes they had ever heard and published them anonymously in a limited
edition entitled Anecdota Americana. Today everything about this bawdy book remains unchanged except for the title.
The Classic Book of Dirty Jokes is boisterous and uninhibited. These jokes are very funny, very dirty, and very good. This book is not for the delicate or pure of heart. But then, many people believe that some of the best comedy has more than a touch of bawdiness. So open the pages at random, sample a few of the choice items and see if you don’t agree with Al Goldstein, who, in the foreword, calls this book “a jewel of very
American; very raucous humor.”
Hardcovers with dust jacket; 201 pages; 1981 edition