Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Halarious Stories about Everyday Life

Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Halarious Stories about Everyday Life
Language: 
ISBN10: 
0979327806
ISBN13: 
9780979327803
Pages: 
216
Published: 
May 1st 2007 by Laugh Out Load Pub
Rating: 
2.25

"Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Hilarious Stories About EveryDay Life" is a collection of 25 hysterical stories about the world around you. For both Jews and non-Jews who LOVE to laugh, you will find yourself laughing out loud as you relate to similar situations you have been in. Besides the stories that happen in the U.S., there are some great stories about adventures in Japan and Europe that are so bizarre you would think they were fiction instead of true happenings. People have said that this is one of the funniest books they ever read!

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