Vicar Joe's Religious Joke Book - Kevin Johns Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847711634 / Paperback: 128 pages / Publisher: Y Lolfa / Published: 23 Sep 2009
Newest Review: ... As such, the book can safely be read by a pretty wide audience without causing offence. To be honest, though, it's not ... more
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Kevin Johns Vicar Joe's Religious Joke Book
Pages: 128, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, Y Lolfa
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by - written on 03/01/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Vicar Joe is (apparently) the creation of Welsh stand-up comedian Kevin Johns and Peter Read and has (also apparently) had his own stage show in the authors' homeland. Vicar Joe's Religious Joke Book collects together some of his material so that if, like 99% of the population you've never heard of him, you can now read his jokes in the comfort of your own home. Lucky us. Religion is, of course, a tricky subject for comedy. Some people think it's one of those things that you really shouldn't make fun of, whilst others are so anti-religious that their humour becomes offensive rather than funny. In fairness to Vicar Joe's Religious Joke Book it manages to stay ... Read the complete review
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