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By Johnny Sharpe

Delve into those pages to find a significant choice of saucy sidesplitters that'll have your folks howling with laughter—or blushing with embarrassment! impolite and raunchy, this publication isn't really for the faint-hearted, however it promises a barrelful of stomach laughs because it takes a mischievous peek on the naughtier aspect of existence.

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He frisked her up and down, put his hands inside her bra and also inside her pants. Satisfied there was no money, he was just about to go when she said, "Hold on a minute. Keep trying. " * A Rolls-Royce pulls up outside the posh Beverly Hills Hotel and the doorman walks down to greet the new guests. There are only two occupants in the car – the president of the country's leading bank and his ambitious wife Julia. She gasps when she sees the doorman then smiles and greets him warmly. " They chat for a few minutes and then she and her husband disappear inside.

It was decided to add sex education to the school curriculum and the parents were asked how they felt about this. The majority were in agreement with one proviso – no graphic demonstrations, just keep it oral. * Just as the young girl is coming out of the school gates, a car draws up and a man leans over to ask if she'd like a lift home. "No, thank you," she replies. But he asks again. " "No! " The man follows her up the road. " she yells and starts to run. " shouts the girl. " * "Look at this," said Flo's friend, holding up the newspaper.

The rich boyfriend presented his girlfriend with a beautiful fur coat made out of skunk. " "Well, f*ck off," said the boyfriend. " * A woman has her portrait painted by a local artist and asks him if he would paint her dripping with fabulous jewels. " * Three brothers are left their father's business in his will. " "Now, wait a minute," says the third and youngest son. "What about me? " The other two confer before turning back to their younger brother. " * "Hello, Bates," said Lady Smythe to the gardener.

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