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Jokes for Minecrafters: Booby traps, bombs, boo-boos, and more


Jokes for Minecrafters: Booby traps, bombs, boo-boos, and more Reviews | Toppsta

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If you are the biggest Minecraft fan then you are fluent in Minecraft-speak and this book will give you endless hours of laugh out loud fun. Keep your friends amused with some real 'block' humour.

Why do creepers like Rice Krispies?
Because they go snap, crackle, POP!
Did you hear about the noob who punched a tree?
Her fist was full of splinters!
What's a Minecraft player's favourite song?
'Karma Chameleon', because players keep on coming and going...
Maybe you will see yourself in the 'Boo-boos Made by Noobs" and in the 'You Might be a Minecraft Addict If...' chapters.
But remember, "Sss, boom!" Never hug a creeper!

Jokes for Minecrafters: Booby traps, bombs, boo-boos, and more Reviews | Toppsta

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