poke fun

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For some reason, when you're blessed with the whole package--pale skin, freckles, an overbite, and beet-colored tresses--it's only natural that sophomoric blonds and brunets poke fun.
Fun' is the operative word here, as Richard Lederer and John Shore poke fun at the misuse of punctuation and how choices in punctuation can have very different results.
She looks absolutely stunning in the new Virgin Mobile ad and she will impress a lot of people with her natural beauty, acting skills, great comic timing and her ability to poke fun at herself.
Always willing to poke fun at himself, at one point Carroll threw a french fry at the photo.
The statement said that the campaign was "meant to poke fun at slices of everyday life, but this execution clearly crossed the line".
Westerfeld has encapsulated today's cool in a fast-paced, fun novel that's not afraid to poke fun at our own consumerism while at the same time recognizing that cool rules.
Characters poke fun at him because of his limited command of Spanish, even as Estrada's character tries to explain that his inability to speak fluent Spanish is the result of a childhood spent in the United States.
They also conceived of their adventure "as a great way to poke fun at the mundane method of traditional marketing.
In the first part of this book, subtitled The Fall of Advertising, the writers poke fun at costly marketing campaigns that failed to produce results.
Designed to poke fun at the apparent millions of TV cookery programmes, it stars Arabella Weir and Richard E Grant as Minty and Simon Marchmont - the 21st century's answer to Fanny and John Cradock.
On the show, anchors and correspondents throw to each other at breakneck speed and poke fun at Fox's "The O'Reilly Factor" with "The Firth Factor.
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.
Comedians tend to poke fun at their own hometowns - it goes with the territory.
When he has the ability to poke fun at his old persona with the line, "You got a serious side to you that could give the whole world a frown" in Voodoo Lady, one realizes a maturing songsmith and human being is revealed.
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.