As the continent prepares to celebrate Europe Day, Romain Seignovert presents his book “De qui se moque-t-on? Tour d’Europe en 345 blagues” (“Who are you laughing at? Around Europe in 345 jokes”) to be released on 6 May by French publishers L’Opportun. Each European country takes the mickey out of their neighbours – but in a different way! The French find the Belgians simple-minded, the Spanish seem arrogant to the Portuguese, the Irish reckon Brits are all repressed and Swedes think the Norwegians a bunch of hicks.
Far from being offensive, these jokes and caricatures give an insight into the history of our continent and those we share it with. On this funny and informative journey, you will discover other Europeans have a wicked sense of humour!
Publication date : 6 May 2016 | Editions de l’Opportun | 224 pages | 9,9 euros |
This book is an adaptation of the article European Jokes.
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Everyone knows Little Johnny, or his counterpart in France, Toto, this little mischievous brat who annoys girls and always ask awkward questions. What is less known is that Little Johnny also has cousins throughout Europe! Pierino in Italy, Fritzchen in Germany or Pikku Kalle in Finland, each country has its own Little Johnny, with the specificities ofits national culture. Discover the very best Little Johnny jokes across Europe, a journey you will find both funny and informative and where you will discover that our European neighbors do not lack humor!
Publication date : 5 June 2013 | J’ai Lu humour | 160 pages | 3,5 euros |
This book is an adaptation of the article European Little Johnny Jokes.
Buy it online.