Rather than poke fun at
the ancients, his mundane objects (which also include scissors, a key, a pipe, and a paper clip) pay homage to their herculean efforts.
Rent it if: You yearn to poke fun at
the whole theme band phenomenon.
Moreover, in a clear example of the irony of history--an irony which seems to poke fun at
humanity almost constantly--pure, hardcore capitalism, with market forces as a panacea for socioeconomic ills and inequalities, has hit rocky ground.
I thinks it's an artist's job to poke fun at
You bet In Notting Hill, Grant is as funny and engaging as he's been in anything since Four Weddings and a Funeral, and Roberts gets an opportunity to poke fun at
the trials and tribulations of superstardom in the sort of lighthearted romp that's fun to laugh at and with.
A funnygirl and two comedians dressed as Baby, Scary and Sporty joined her to poke fun at
the Fab Four - especially mum-to-be Mel B.
London, June 15 (ANI): She might have had a rocky love life, but Jennifer Aniston did not hesitate to poke fun at
her rocky love life at the Accepting Women In Film ceremony, where she was honoured with the Crystal Award as an advocate of expanding the role of women in Hollywood.
This cartoonist uses satire (humor used to poke fun at
another's actions) to comment on events in the news.
Indeed, Cemin could be described as a postmodern Surrealist, in that he seems to poke fun at
Surrealism while pushing all its buttons, generating strange new relations but with a light, even lyrical touch that softens the absurdity into comedy.
Alabama's Board of Education voted for the original disclaimer sticker at a board meeting in 1995 where then-Governor Fob James impersonated an ape to poke fun at
The players actually wanted to poke fun at
their Brazilian Bhoy but who on earth would wear a shirt that proclaimed "I had a Scheidt"?
He uses knowledge of the real world's suffering and heartache to attack the shallowness of a culture epitomized by the energetic banality of Seinfeld--while simultaneously employing high-speed manipulation of comic stereotypes to poke fun at
the very idea of taking anything seriously.
Now in a Roman museum, it was obviously scratched on a whitewashed wall to poke fun at
the perceived stupidity of an early Christian's faith.