You don't want to make him mad. He's not one for jokes or antics.
Don't get me wrong, it's not something that's upsetting me. The jokes keep coming.
I was intimidated to meet her. She was really down to earth, telling all those stupid knock-knock jokes. She was an extremely goofy kid. She would even crack on the referees and they would laugh with her. She was really cool.
We are definitely the brunt of all the jokes, but we don't care.
It was good to see some fresh faces. It's refreshing, because they don't know the old jokes. You can give them old material and they're eating it up.
Everybody was dancing in the motor home and telling jokes and plenty of things that need to stay in the motor home.
There are more jokes about losers than there are books about losers. The most common volumes you see written about them are the bumper stickers during the next administration: Don't blame me; I voted for the loser.
The Mexican, in contrast, is familiar with death. (He) jokes about it, caresses it, sleeps with it, celebrates it. It is one of his favorite toys and his most steadfast love.
What's really great is when people get the jokes, when people laugh.
But while it's possible to imagine tasteless jokes that ridicule human suffering, it's equally possible to imagine jokes that express outrage, assert a will to endure, or challenge dominant or majority thinking.
I keep to a minimum dialect, in-jokes about football (soccer) teams and soap opera characters, so as not to lose North American readers.
I never believe them when they say that because you really have to sort of be aware of what's going on in the news in order to get the jokes on the show.
I reserve the right to tell shaggy dog stories or even common jokes as part of what I'm doing. I don't give a damn if half the audience walks out.
I have 40 years of unpublished material, the ones they don't pick, and the reason I don't redraw them or use them again is that I like to use my brain every day and come up with new jokes.
Most shows, you really have to force it. And everybody's nervous, and the network is nervous, and they've all got their notepads out, and they're all going to give notes on what they think is funny, and everybody's trying to spin their jokes, and this was so - the script was so good that we didn't have to really do anything, and it made it so easy for us to do well.
It is requisite for the relaxation of the mind that we make use, from time to time, of playful deeds and jokes.
One of my biggest problems with comedy was that I did not understand some of the jokes.
I don't consider myself a comic but a performer. A comic tells bad jokes.
It's perfectly okay if you don't understand every single one of them. For one thing, I make a lot of corny jokes, and you have to be 40 years old to get some of them.
Perhaps our Irish friends should not so completely turn their backs on their historical dishes, no matter how many jokes they might have to endure.
Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives.
I think repeating yourself is a sign of old age, telling the same joke again and again. Especially if they're jokes that don't make people laugh.
Sometimes we have to actually say, I think you're really funny, but none of your jokes are going to make it on the air. So just answer my questions. Seriously.
In New York there isn't that weird palpable competitive thing where it's friendly but everyone isn't trying to top one another with jokes when you're just hanging around.
The most casual examination will reveal the fact that all the jokes about the horrible results of masculine cooking and sewing are written by men. It is all part of a great scheme of sex propaganda.