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Happy Endings

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Language English
Contributor(s) Mr. Gerald Downey
Binding Paperback
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Overview: Happy Endings

Read And Have A Smile

Happy Endings is a collection of short stories by Mr. Gerald Downey. As the name suggests all the stories have a happy ending which will definitely bring a smile to your face or some of the story endings may even lead to a laugh riot. The book was published on June 14, 2013 and it was published by Ad Pub.

The short stories in the book are written from the author's experience. He uses funny lines and comic situations that he heard and saw from his friends, relatives, and other people whom he had interacted with. He cleverly used these jokes and funny moments to create a set of short funny stories which will make you laugh. You won't get bored by reading or telling them again and again. Many subjects like religion, gender, age, golf, marriage etc. are used in the stories.

Some of the stories in the book may have been read or heard by the readers before but they are presented in a new style which is entirely different from the old version. The writing pattern is interesting and the comic timings are perfect. You can't turn each page without passing a small smile on your face. The book cannot be suggested for children as there many adult jokes and usages. It's also suggested that sensitive adult readers can stay away as they may also find some of the contents inappropriate or unwanted.

But no one can question the author's freedom to express his views as all these are taken from his own life experience. Some of the parents are very clever that they find the appropriate story for their kids from the books and narrate to them. Some of them are even clever enough to ignore the adult content wisely and narrate them in their own way.

The hilarious moments and the neat presentation are the main highlights of this book. You can purchase the book from retails shops and from online portals.

About The Author

Gerald Downey is a famous advertising creating director. More than a thousand TV and radio commercial ads were written and produced by him. His inborn talent and comic timings made him even more famous. He also did many videos for tour programs and auto shows. Apart from that he was behind hundreds of super cool print ads.

You can purchase this produce from at an unimaginable price. Purchase the product and get ready to have a laugh riot.

Features: Happy Endings

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date June 14, 2013
Publisher Ad Pub
Contributor(s) Mr. Gerald Downey
Binding Paperback
Edition 1*
Page Count 282
ISBN 10 0615823351
ISBN 13 9780615823355
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 381 grams
Product Dimensions 15.2 cm x 1.6 cm x 22.9 cm
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  1.  Did you hear the one about the joke book that was actually funny? 21 December, 2013 On
    Happy Endings is a book of jokes collected over the years by Gerald Downey. Written in short story form, this enjoyable paperback will leave readers snickering and giggling from a variety of anecdotes.

    Downey, an advertising creative director, has gathered an array of jokes on many different subjects, including marriage, golf, religion, gender, age, and the Irish. The joke titles, which are all listed in the four-and-a-half-page table of contents, feature names such as “Three Elderly Sisters,” “World’s Fastest Goat,” and “Mafia Bookkeeper.”

    Most readers will have heard at least a few of these jokes and humorous stories before, but they are bound to find some new material. The collection is definitely not intended for children, as many of the jokes have adult themes; even sensitive older readers may find some of the subject matter questionable.

    Downey has succeeded in writing with good comedic timing, giving enough opportunity for jokes to build, a feat in humorous writing. When telling a joke, the speaker pauses—something a writer cannot do, so relevant words or dialogue must act as a written pause. To accomplish this, the writer must add a sentence or two that makes sense within the joke, but that the joke does not depend on, taking the place of the spoken pause and giving time for the joke to build.

    A storyteller at heart, Downey sets a scene in his jokes, creating a short story with a beginning, middle, and end. “Ghost Car” is set on a very stormy night in rural Louisiana, for example. Downey uses phrases such as “The wind howled and visibility was so poor, Leroy could barely see his hand at the end of his arm.” When a car pulls up slowly next to him and stops, he jumps in…only to find himself alone. As the car silently drives along, it approaches a curve and a “ghostly, disembodied, gloved hand” grips the steering wheel, guiding it along the curve of the road. Scared out of his wits, Leroy bolts out of the car and finds his way to a small town bar where he recounts his story. Later, two large men in raincoats come into the bar and look at Leroy. “In a deep voice with a Louisiana accent, he said to his companion, ‘Look, Boudreaux! Dere’s dat idiot who rode in our car when we was pushin’ it down da road in da rain!’”

    The bright yellow cover featuring a smiley face and the title in bold, black font lends itself wonderfully to this type of book. Downey could have lumped the golf stories together, the Irish stories together, and so forth, but he didn’t—the collection is organized as one funny story after another, and it works better that way. Each piece begins with its title on the right followed by the text of the story. If it is completed in one page, then the next page, on the left, is blank. There are many one-page jokes here, leaving a good deal of white space.

    A joke book for adults, Happy Endings is a humorous collection of stories and anecdotes that will tickle the funny bone and delight the reader.
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