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By Editors of Reader's Digest

If laughter is the simplest drugs, then glance no extra to therapy no matter what ails you. The column “Offbase,” officially referred to as “Humor in Uniform,” has seemed within the Reader's Digest journal for over part a century, and has released greater than 3,500 jokes, prices, and humorous tales from the greater than 1000000 readers who've submitted them. This volume—from the world’s no 1 resource of humor—contains laugh-out-loud gem stones from one among Reader’s Digest’s hottest columns.

This side-splitting selection of humor grants 1000s of the simplest jokes, anecdotes, cartoons, rates, and tales from women and men within the military or their households proving that existence is frequently funnier than fiction.

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