Jokes from the Pubs of Ireland by James N Healy

Jokes from the Pubs of Ireland

byJames N Healy

Kobo ebook | January 1, 1999

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A hilarious collection of jokes from the pubs of Ireland. Notice hung in Harry’s the other night:‘Honest workman with corkscrew would like to hear of a widow with a pub!’ We have a wild character who comes into Harry’s. He is a young fellow named Billo with more money than he has earned, and a red face, which isn’t from sunshine. The other day he was caught gunning his Mercedes (mark the word) the wrong way down the South Mall by a garda, who asked him where he was going. ‘I’m not too sure,’ sez Billo through a kind of mist, ‘but wherever it is I must be late, ’cos everybody seems to be coming back already.’ Dinny was standing in the street the other day when an English chap came up to him and said: ‘I say old chap, could you show me the way to the nearest boozer?’Says Dinny, hopefully: ‘You’re looking at him.’

Title:Jokes from the Pubs of IrelandFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 1, 1999Publisher:Mercier PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1781171254

ISBN - 13:9781781171257

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