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The lad might be short of confidence but he's not going to get it with fans cheering him sarcastically.
Thousands of Facebook users took the opportunity to ask Murray questions, but the few had their questions answered - hilariously, funny and sarcastically.
BEIRUT: Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt Monday said sarcastically that fate had spared his late father Kamal Jumblatt from witnessing the unprecedented degradation of politics in Lebanon.
DAVID Beckham may not yet be ready to confirm Miami as the preferred home for his Major League Soccer franchise, but he was at least willing to sarcastically rule Sir Alex Ferguson out as his first managerial appointment.
Mansouri sarcastically added "Basra itself is not getting advantage from the central government or any other state, so Kuwait should to take Basra and its people to live in Kuwait because the central government does not help them or claim their rights.
RIO FERDINAND will not face disciplinary action from UEFA for sarcastically applauding Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
The Yesha Council sarcastically expressed hope that the settlement construction would also increase in the coming years.
This national recognition is much deserved," Bacon trumpeted sarcastically.
When asked about Khursheed Shah's statement about Nawaz Sharif that he would not be dragged into Asghar Khan's case, Gilani sarcastically mentioned his own trial by NAB and other institutions.
Haifa sarcastically wrote on her official page on the internet social network Twitter, "Breaking News: artist Haifa Wehbe was kidnapped by a group of armed men while entering a social event in CairoC*Really?
Midfielder Adem Ljajic appeared to sarcastically clap and give the thumbs-up to Rossi after being substituted 32 minutes into the Serie A match with Novara.
Summary: Madonna played host Ricky Gervais at his own game at the Golden Globes after he sarcastically called her "a virgin".