By Editors of Playboy Magazine
Culled from greater than fifty years of joketelling,
Big Little publication of Playboy social gathering Jokes
is a suite of the main uproarious shaggy
dogs, one-liners, ditties, and zingers ever
to look within the pages of Playboy magazine
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