I owned this 45. Could I possibly have purchased it? It seems unlikely, but at 13 (1966) I had odd ideas about what was fashionable - or funny. I laughed out loud at the Swop column in Yankee magazine every month, and that wasn't even supposed to be funny.
I decided at one point that this was a great example of an early, clumsy use of a laugh track. Listening again, I'm no longer sure. Maybe it's real. Sobering thought.
Note that Bob McFadden appears on the credits, the Bob McFadden who did the parody album "Songs Our Mummy Taught Us" with Rod McKuen, who used the pseudonym "Dor." Not that it matters much who Rod McKuen was anymore.