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Written for young comedians, Best. Mom Jokes. Ever. serves up jokes and punchlines about - you guessed it! - Mom. Get ready for eye rolls and head shakes. Examples:
- What does the mama snowman give her children for breakfast? - Frosted flakes.
- My mom told me to follow my dreams, so I went back to bed.
|Title: Best. Mom Jokes. Ever. - eBook|
By: Chantelle Grace
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Broadstreet Publishing Group, LLC
Publication Date: 2018
Stock No: WW99025EB
I told my mom I couldn't reach the high notes in my choir class...
She said I should get a ladder!
Every time we go to the ocean, my mom tells me to say hello...
the ocean just waves back!
If you love arguing about why its important to wear a coat when its 12 degrees outside...
you should be a mom!
Theres a legend that if you go take a shower and scream "MOM!" three times...
a nice lady appears with the towel you forgot!
The next time your young comedian is looking to serve up priceless entertainment, share Best. Mom Jokes. Ever.!
Get ready for eyerolls, head shakes, and "aha" moments as you navigate through these mom jokes that make little truths so funny.
If you think youve heard every mom joke in the book, think again. Best. Mom Jokes. Ever. is sure to have you throwing up your hands and declaring, "Because I said so!"
CHANTELLE GRACE is a witty wordsmith who loves music, art, and competitive games. She is fascinated by Gods intricate design of the human body. As she works her way through medical school, she knows its important to share the gift of laughter with those around her. When shes not studying abroad, she makes her home in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
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