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Rationale of the Dirty Joke
by G. Legman
And what is it about a joke’s dirtiness that makes it funny?
G. Legman was perhaps the foremost scholar of the dirty joke, and as legions of humor writers and comedians know, his Rationale of the Dirty Joke remains the most exhaustive and authoritative study of the subject.
More than two thousand jokes and folktales are presented, covering such topics as The Female Fool, The Fortunate Fart, Mutual Mismatching, and The Sex Machine. These folk texts are authentically transcribed in their innocent and sometimes violent entirety. Legman studies each for its historical and socioanalytic significance, revealing what these jokes mean to the people who tell them and to the people who listen and laugh.
Here — back in print — is the definitive text for comedians and humor writers, Freudian scholars and late night television enthusiasts. Rationale of the Dirty Joke will amuse you, offend you, challenge you, and disgust you, all while demonstrating the intelligence and hilarity of the dirty joke.
Jokes for Adults
by Jenny Kellett
Adult Joke BookLooking for some adult fun to spice up your next night out? This bumper book of only the very best hand-picked adult dirty jokes will make sure you’re the life of the party!
All types of adult jokes are covered, including:
- Dirty jokes
- Sex jokes
- Yo mama jokes
- Blonde jokes
- Wife jokes
- Knock knock jokes
…. and more!
All the disgustingly dirty jokes are short, which means they’re easy to remember so you can bust some out at a moment’s notice! (And after a few beers, everyone’s attention span is somewhat shorter).
You’ll cringe and you’ll laugh at some of the rudest, crudest and LEWDEST adult jokes on the planet (that we’re allowed to publish anyway!).
So grab The Ultimate Adults Only Joke Book today and feel downright dirty tomorrow.
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The Joke and Its Relation to the Unconscious
by Sigmund Freud
For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
Jokes and Their Relations
by Elliott Oring
The limerick form is complex,
Its contents deal mainly with sex.
It burgeons with virgins
And masculine urgin’s,
And a wealth of erotic effects.
♦ ♦ ♦
A girl with magnificent tits,
When dancing would wiggle her hips;
A wonderful flirt,
She’d lift up her skirt,
And exhibit her sensuous lips.
♦ ♦ ♦
The nipples of young Miss Hong Kong,
When excited were twelve inches long.
This embarrassed her lover,
Who was pained to discover
She expected no less of his dong.
Beyond a Joke
by S. Lockyer, M. Pickering
Lowering the Bar
by Marc Galanter
by Alan Dundes
Insightful, surprising, controversial and thought-provoking analyses of the jokes that have been told for years … a classic book, now in its 30th Anniversary Edition.
“No piece of folklore continues to be transmitted unless it means something—even if neither the speaker nor the audience can articulate what that meaning might be. In fact, it usually is essential that the joke’s meaning not be crystal clear. If people knew what they were communicating when they told jokes, the jokes would cease to be effective as socially sanctioned outlets for expressing taboo ideas and subjects.”
—Alan Dundes, in the Preface to CRACKING JOKES
Where there is anxiety, there will be jokes to express that anxiety. Jokes are legitimate folklore—like myths, proverbs, legends, superstitions and songs—and as such, they reflect what is on people’s minds. There has been no shortage of jokes or anxiety since the 1960s, and in this book, Alan Dundes reminds us of the jokes we have been telling, and reveals the anxiety these jokes reflect.
His interpretations are not always popular. His investigation into antisemitic jokes in Germany in the 1980s, for example, met with widespread criticism. But it is a part of society that makes a difference and should not be shielded from academic scrutiny. Dundes likens his critics to those who attack the messenger when they do not like the news. All kinds of jokes exist. He reports on what exists and applies the best methods of investigative journalism to uncover the motive and true meaning behind the jokes.
As Marc Galanter writes in the new Foreword, “A preeminent scholar of jokes, Dundes was an adventurous and prolific pioneer of the study of many realms of folklore. A tireless champion of the field, he was a major force in shifting the study of folklore from its rural and antiquarian tilt to encompass the prolific lore of modern life.… He regarded jokes not only as subject matter to be analyzed and understood in their own right, but as useful tools to uncover social and cultural patterns.” This book in particular is the culmination of these important yet understudied cultural devices. Dundes was “a deeply dedicated scholar who maintained a radiant faith that by understanding our susceptibility to the irrational we might empower ourselves to move beyond prejudice and act rationally and humanely.” The book, with the new Foreword, is republished by the independent academic press Quid Pro Books, and is finally available in digital formats. Quality ebook design includes linked notes, active contents, and legible paragraph structure for the jokes themselves.