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Here's an example of a "hilarious" Chuck Norris joke:
"Chuck Norris once roundhouse kicked someone so hard that his foot broke the speed of light, went back in time, and killed Amelia Earhart while she was flying over the Pacific Ocean."
Are you in hysterics yet?
Here's another: "Contrary to popular belief, America is not a democracy, it is a Chucktatorship."
Oh stop, you're killing me.
Wait a few months and you'll be able to get this book for 20 cents or free at every dumb guy's garage sale.
Now I remember Chuck Norris movies growing up, by minimal dialogue and tons of fighting by Mr. Norris. Now as an adult watching many of Chuck's movies I still observe the same thing. And yes, "Walker, Texas Ranger" fits the mold too.
The Chuck Norris facts are really funny. The fact that this book was written off an internet site that produced these facts. This was after the most used name at this site, when given a choice, was Chuck Norris. It really does show the popularity of Chuck and how the internet has really changed many aspects of life over the past ten to fifteen years. This book was given to me by my mother this past Christmas and I really like it.
The facts listed in this book are pretty funny. Some of them are raunchy, some of them are sexual, some of them are violence, and some of them are tasteless/not really funny and others just abstract. There are also illustrations of some of the facts in this book.
As for Chuck Norris' reaction to these facts, according to Ian Spector (author of this book) when he met Chuck, Chuck thought many of them were very funny. Which I think is cool. However from what I understand, Chuck Norris was upset that this book was published without his permission or something of that nature. This led from a lawsuit from Mr. Norris. I can understand why Chuck might be upset, but at least these facts are positive and bring a good vibe to his persona.
To my amazement my wonderful and kick ace kitty still died after the cancer spread from her whiskers to her paws. I miss Chuck Jr.