Although Middleton had the last laugh
, she didn't like the "Waity Katie" nickname.
There are other stories in the Bible that show that God has the last laugh
. Remember the story in the Book of Exodus when Moses demanded that the Egyptian Pharaoh let the Lord's people (the Hebrews) leave Egypt?
"It's ironic, because at the time Wells was buying these buildings people thought they were paying hefty prices, but they will get the last laugh
," Bernhaut added.
So the next Sunday at Mass, instead of hymns Intrabartolo played his favorite Madonna music: "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina," "Oh Father," and "Vogue." Of course he was fired, but now Intrabartolo is having the last laugh
But it may be the mosquitoes that are having the last laugh
. According to a Dateline NBC investigation team, out of 10,000 carcasses recovered--one night's haul--only eight were mosquitoes.
But as Decasia illustrates, Malevich gets the last laugh
: All film, if left to its own devices, will eventually become cinema as such.
Roberts had the last laugh
though as his team eased on to complete a 4-0 victory to earn a place in the final against Blackburn Rovers.
The people of the Middle Ages understood this and decided to have the last laugh
FORMER Wigan starlet Greg Strong had the last laugh
on his former club as Stoke completed a remarkable comeback to keep their play-off hopes alive with a dramatic victory.
Onlookers guffawed at Prichard's stunt, but she may have the last laugh
Norman Solomon is coauthor of Wizards of Media Oz: Behind the Curtain of Mainstream News and author of The Trouble with Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets the Last Laugh
But Mona Lisa will always have the last laugh
, or, at least, the last inscrutable smirk.
The Boro boss, of course, had the last laugh
andcelebrated the 3-2 winby running over to the travelling supporters after the match.
STEVE SMITH had the last laugh
in Adelaide after making a mockery of those questioning his decisionmaking during the second Test.
IRadio Sheffield Breakfast presenter and well-known comedian Toby Foster presents three upcoming comedians in his Last Laugh
Comedy Club at the end of the month at The Civic in Barnsley - 'best impersonator ever' Sol Bernstein, Peter Brush the BBC New Comedy Award Finalist 2013 and 'refreshingly honest' Gerry K.