It's Not Funny If I Have To Explain It
It's Not Funny If I Have To Explain It is the 24th
Dilbertcomic book from Scott Adams.
The book is a collection of Scott Adams favorite Dilbert comics from
1997to 2004. Each comic also includes handwritten notes from Adams about why the comic is one of his favorites.
It features the stories of:
*Dilbert, The main character and
Dogbert, Dilbert's pet.
*Wally, Dilbert's co-worker.
*Alice, Dilbert's co-worker.
*The Pointy Haired Boss, The boss.
Catbert, The Evil Director of Human Resources. and many more.
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