Subject: Communication » Wordplay

There’s nothing to fear but life itself.

(1947 – ) comedian & actor

At the all-you-can-eat barbecue, you have to pay the regular dinner price if you eat less than you can.

(1955 – ) comedian, actor & writer

If a book about failures doesn't sell, is it a success?

(1954 – ) comedian & television actor

There are very few people at the Fringe these days doing Roman-numeral jokes; I is one.

British comedian

Work is the curse of the drinking classes.

(1854 – 1900) Irish dramatist, novelist & poet

Apart from that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you enjoy the play?

(1928 – ) humorist, singer, songwriter & satirist

How can there be self-help groups?

(1955 – ) comedian, actor & writer

Take my wife… please!

(1906 – 1998) English-born American comedian

If pro is the opposite of con, what's the opposite of progress?

(1918 – 2009) radio broadcaster

Keir Dullea, gone tomorrow.

(1899 – 1973) English playwright, actor, composer, director & songwriter

Barber: The town cutup.

Two old maids on a beach, streaker ran past… one had a stroke, the other one couldn't reach.

(1930 – 2007) English comedian & nightclub owner

Obesity: A surplus gone to waist.

If pro is the opposite of con, is progress the opposite of congress?

(1946 – ) American comedian

My father was a small claims court jester.

(1955 – ) comedian, actor & writer

Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use.

Today’s subliminal thought is: …

Canadian stand-up comedian, actor & writer

Castration: A eunuch experience.

It’s hard to get ivory in Africa, but in Alabama the Tuscaloosa.

(1890 – 1977) comedian, actor & television host

The chickens have come home to roast.

(1905 – 1974) radio comedian

Anatomy: The belly of a very small insect.

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