On the one hand they might think it's just a bit of fun, but at the same time, why do they think it's OK to make the Welsh the butt of the joke
?" The Daily Post approached Tesco, and the card's Tewkesbury-based manufacturers, Emotional Rescue, for a comment, but neither had responded last night.
I'm the butt of the joke
in my family, just because the ten minutes I had in international football was ruined by one man.
WHAT A LOO-SER The stunned man tries to save his dignity only to end up the butt of the joke
for the entire advert
"It's great to see Wolverhampton in a comedy where it's not the butt of the joke
The Wicklow resident, 55, is the main butt of the joke
in a hilarious spoof video released yesterday by the White House.
There's a butt of the joke
, and in Jewish humor, the Jew in the joke is the butt of the joke
It's a joke that agents at the Postal Inspection Service probably chuckled over, even though they were the butt of the joke
. The truth is, that's about as much recognition as the Postal Inspection Service might ever receive.
Some people's ears prick up the minute they hear the word, 'wheelchair' or 'handicapped', but he wasn't the butt of the joke
and neither was his disability.
The butt of the joke
replies dos chalindas, 'two ties.' The final s is pronounced as an h sound, an almost imperceptible breathing.
North East Big Brother hopeful Anthony Hutton found himself the butt of the joke
as the tables were turned.
This time the Englishman is the butt of the joke
- the victim of a weak if not broken Reid who is failing to introduce a comprehensive ban on smoking in public places in England.
Of course, if you can't speak the language, you won't know when you're the butt of the joke
. Things heat up later on in Leipzig at the annual Euro-Scene Festival, where the theme this year is "Die Liebe = Chance der Unmoglichkeit" ("Love = Chance of Impossibility").
He's constantly the butt of the joke
and the fall guy I suppose.''
Cartoonist Bernard Parkin has resisted the temptation to make any one person the butt of the joke
, but with a dinosaur saying to another, "This could be the end of the world as we know it," the finger is clearly being pointed at owners failing to support the sponsorship scheme.
At first glance, the themes of heroic virtue and comic infidelity might not seem to be complementary, but as the papers of Jeffrey Persels, Gary Ferguson, Paula Sommers, and Jerry Nash demonstrate, under Marguerite's feminist pen, representations of heroic virtue are more frequently comic than exemplary, and while calling male honor into question, frequently make men the butt of the joke
. Stories of comic infidelity also provoke laughter at the expense of men, though infidelity is comic only in certain specific circumstances as the papers of Judy Kem and Sommers show.