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wisecracker

One who makes glib, facetious, and/or sardonic remarks. Tony is such a wisecracker; he always has some remark lined up.
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Meanwhile, the inscrutable Tyrion Lannister - also known for his wisecracks on the show - is in a comparatively safer position.
Mr E Oxenham from Newton Stewart, Scotland, wins pounds 35 for that WiseCrack.
TANGLED TALE 5/10 DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE (18) Dragged Across Concrete delivers plenty of scraped flesh and a lot of navelgazing as corrupt cops (Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn) and morally conflicted criminals trade bullets and wisecracks against a vivid backdrop of racial tension and economic hardship.
He had me in stitches with a list of 'ideas' implemented by British train company bosses that anybody who was had the misfortune of traversing the UK by rail can relate to.We also shared a particularly funny moment when, upon picking me out in the audience and asking me what I did for a living, I responded with 'reviewing a comedy show' which brought him to his knees and him leaving the stage to re-introduce himself!Carlin was next, and as a Scot there were plenty of wisecracks about his stereotypical love of a tipple.
Comedians Rob Beckett, Sarah Pascoe, Gary Delaney and Josh Widdicombe make the wisecracks.
Film Predators Sky Movies Action & Adventure, 11.00pm It's a bit of a clich that most action stars have a yearning to leave the wisecracks and stunts behind to prove they are really sensitive, nuanced thespians.
For only $17.50, this motion-activated plush parrot--complete with eye patch and pirate hat--will shout out one of 10 vulgar wisecracks, including: Hey, baby, you can hoist my !@#$% anytime!
Soon, the night shifts to a Dupont Circle bar, and the wisecracks start.
O'Keefe renders her sardonic wisecracks and her painful loneliness convincingly, and in the end readers will root for her.
You don't have to toss your hair like the lead actress in a telenovela to appreciate the schemes, wisecracks, and secret heartaches of the six mujeres Cubanas in Eduardo Santiago's debut novel, Tomorrow They Will Kiss.
501 Bar Jokes, Stories, Anecdotes, Quips, Quotes, Riddles And Wisecracks. All the best bar jokes are packed under one cover, making this the perfect item of choice for the friend who imbibes a little too much.
He directs his wisecracks at a celebrity studio audience and hands out the gongs in seven categories in 2004 TV Moments (BBC1, Wednesday).
A motley crew of kibitzers, many of whom don't drive, hang out on Brochu's premises, reading tabloids, exchanging wisecracks and arguing their theories.
There would be wisecracks about therapists on every corner and yoga classes in every church basement.