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The Crack by Michael Munro
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The Crack

by Michael Munro

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Glaswegians have always enjoyed a good laugh--the home-grown variety best of all--and this new and expanded edition of Michael Munro's bestselling book is a hilarious compendium of Glasgow humor. In addition to classics that never fail to amuse, it also features new jokes and stories, showing that the famous Glasgow tongue is as sharp and inventive as it has always been. Glasgow locals, Scottish natives, people interested in linguistics, and comedy enthusiasts will get a kick out of these jokes, anecdotes, and tales of Glasgow's quirky characters. As Scots Magazine noted, "This book's a stoatybumber, so it is".… (more)

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