Braude's Treasury of Wit and Humor Author:Jacob M. Braude As the title states . . .' a treasury of wit and humor.' Ancedotes and squibs for public speakers, comments to spice up a party, funny tales that will make you guffaw. Some of the political comments are dated, but everything else is pretty much timeless human situations with a twist of humor. — Some of the one-liners include: — I wish all the law... more »yers would stop practicing law and really do it.
One way to save face is to keep the lower half of it shut.
About half the people on the psychiatrist?s couch are there because they aren?t married-the other half because they are.
She cured him of ?having to work late at the office, dear.? She just asked him, ?Can I depend on that??
If ?the world is getting smaller?, why do they keep raising the postal rates?
Taxation, like many things, is based on supply and demand. The government demands, and we supply.
Cars have long since replaced the horse and buggy on our highways, but it?s still wise for the driver to stay on the wagon.
Bumper crop: This year?s automobile accidents--slow pedestrians.
A balanced meal is one the diner has a 50/50 chance of surviving.
A gossip columnist writes other people?s wrongs.
Confidence is that quality which allows a person to do crossword puzzles in ink.
Education is what you have left after you subtract what you?ve forgotten from what you?ve learned.« less