wisecracker


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He said: "On going home I used to say 'I going homeyum' so some wisecracker in the dressing room decided to put two 'Yum Yums' together and that was that!" Willie now lives in Wolverhampton and is a salesman.
Step forward pasty-faced wisecracker Ricky Gervais.
She thought I was being a wisecracker, which doubtlessly I was.
If City's millions aren't enough for Mancini, I'm sure the wisecracker could take over from Jonathan Ross at the equally spendthrift BBC.
As aspiring fighter pilot and part-time wisecracker Ripcord, he shares leading-man duties with Channing Tatum as Duke.
According to William Mann in Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines, the incident effectively ended Haines' movie career.
You might even get a wisecracker who says things like, "Any winemakers in the group?
The moonfaced wisecracker recently dipped his toe into the world of publishing, penning a history of comedy called The Naked Jape with his pal Lucy Greeves, just released in paperback.
Beneath his spliff-smoking exterior and slack-eyed demeanour, Nige is a streetwise wisecracker expounding ways to change the world without ever actually getting around to doing something about it.
Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines, Hollywood's First Openly Gay Star.
Some wisecracker might say that's because we were missing a lot.
"Unfortunately, some people still see talking about a person's homosexuality as an invasion of privacy," says Mann, whose biographies of gay subjects also include Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines and Edge of Midnight: The Life of John Schlesinger.
CHEF'N CORP.'S WISECRACKER, billed as a crab tool for the timid, gained a Best of Category Award for a consumer product in ID magazine's Annual Design Review.
Even at the dignified law offices of Emmanuel, Sheppard and Condon, Bookman is known as a fun-loving wisecracker.
Finch and Rosenkrantz, Gone Hollywood, 234-35; William Mann, Wisecracker: The Life and Times of William Haines, Hollywood's First Openly Gay Star (New York: Viking, 1998), 219-21; Barbas, Movie Crazy, 151-54; Edward Doherty, "Can the Gable-Lombard Love Story have a Happy Ending?" in Photoplay Treasury, ed.