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But what's most amusing is that those most star-struck with the hip senator from Illinois are Hollywood icons who are typically on the receiving end of such adulation.
Join Powell as she cooks her way through a classic Julia Child cookbook in this amusing, revelatory blog turned book.
John Whyte's description of how he studied for his board examination by watching medical TV shows was vaguely amusing.
The author also lists his 10 best (yellow stickles, wheelies) and worst (powdered cream, the cubicle) business innovations of the last 50 years, and covers cell phones, voice mail, e-mail, and conference calls in similar amusing fashion.
From giving oneself permission to be happy now, rather than wait for self--imposed conditions to trigger happiness ("I'll be happy when I'm married," or "I'll be happy when I get promoted"), to the importance of learning to lighten up and enjoy the gift of humor, "The Happiness Solution" offers valuable insight in the amusing form of parables.
Such a collection is SIGNSPOTTING: ABSURD & AMUSING SIGNS FROM AROUND THE WORLD.
There's something about watching a bunch of kids turn into savages, possibly willing to kill their own grandmothers just for a free board, that I find amusing.
but Ricky Gervais seems to be having trouble amusing his missus.
Award winning author and illustrator duo Hazel Hutchins and Ruth Ohi present The Sidewalk Rescue, an amusing picturebook about sidewalk chalk drawings, adventurous and imaginative tales.
His dancers portrayed characters with distinct personalities, which were convincing, amusing, and emotive in theatrical as well as dance terms.
I found it even more amusing, and again ironic, that the editors misspelled the section of the letters to the editor: "Briefy: How not to write one.
Whilst it might have been amusing for whoever was responsible to watch his victims fall almost unconscious to the floor, it wouldn't have been that amusing to be apprehended by the victims' concerned colleagues who recognised that a serious rabbit was off.