Submitter: I found this delightful item in my mid-sized public library’s 800s. While humour books are always a good fit for our collection, anything this old is unlikely to appeal. Given the number of 60s popular culture references in this one, it was an easy (if hysterical) weed.
Holly: This is hilarious! I love the excerpts included by Submitter (below). It is definitely filled with 1960s references, and can probably be weeded for relevancy and/or demand in most public libraries. If it still circulates and you have space, though, keep it! I can think of a few specific patrons who would like it around here! Humor is a tricky category to weed, so let the statistics do the deciding for you. Is it used? Does it meet average age benchmarks? Is it in good shape? If not, have one last laugh over it and let it go.