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15pm Donald''s practical joker pal Wink causes a stir when he checks in, Martin begs Kate to take him back and the Oracle tells his mum Noreen he is leaving home.
A PRACTICAL joker had his jaw broken in two places outside a city centre McDonald's.
After all, the practical joker and bon vivant made his living studying fish at Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology.
The practical joker leapt over a small wall to hide from Amy Taylor, 18, next to their hotel at Callo Salvaje near Playa de las Americas on December 18.
Anecdotes show support for family and friends comes before anything else, reveal evidence of an irrepressible practical joker, as well as someone who is not afraid to shed a tear or two.
But he can think again about a few quiet nights in - as partyloving practical joker and team captain Rio Ferdinand, 29, is in charge of organising the trip.
Minutes later, MTV's practical joker revealed that alleged child molester and now unalleged JonBenet Ramsey killer John Mark Karr was actually actor Bill Macy.
JOHN PROFUMO, the minister whose 1963 affair with call girl Christine Keeler helped to destroy the Tory Government the following year, was remembered at his funeral yesterday as a practical joker, a hero - but no saint.
Three-hundred and sixty-four days a year, a practical joker might be considered a jerk.
Tony's ghostly partner, who makes mischief as a practical joker, goes beyond the call of duty when he starts to give love advice.
When Antony and Peter Robbins created a service enabling computer users to send e-mail under an assumed name, they figured the typical user would be a practical joker like Sam Downing of Chatsworth, California.
At first glance it would appear that the author of the Gospel of Matthew is a great practical joker.
Books by Smith include Low Man on a Totem Pole (1941), Life in a Putty Knife Factory (1943), Lost in the Horse Latitudes (1945), Rhubarb (1946), We Went Thataway (1949), People Named Smith (1950), London Journal (1952), The Compleat Practical Joker (1953), Rebel Yell (1954), Don't Get Perconel with a Chicken (1959), and How to Write Without Knowing Nothing (1961).
Among his many books are Rhubarb (1946), The Compleat Practical Joker (1953), A Short History of Fingers, and Other State Papers (1963), and Low Man Rides Again (1973).
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