joke about

See: mock
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He had, however, always made more or less of a joke about it, so no one had taken him seriously.
says Penelope, clasping her hands, "don't joke about this.
He was reportedly caught on camera changing the lyrics of his song "One Less Lonely Girl" to "one less lonely n***," adding a joke about joining the infamous white supremacist group Ku Klux Klan.
With regards to the joke about Assi, a fanatic fan had created the rumor as a light joke on the singer's official website and had wrote that Assi decided to join the Lebanese national soccer team as a way to give them support, but the announcement was clarified that it is an April fool's joke and nothing more.
Sir Nicholas Winterton, 71 - who is retiring as an MP after being shamed over his expenses - defended his MP wife Ann for making a racist joke about Asians at a rugby club bash.
Don't miss the joke about grapes on page 15 in this issue
It seems, however, that the popularity of this particular subject is timeless, because a joke about a woman breaking wind has just been revealed as the world's oldest joke ever.
If you've been in a car accident, you probably won't find a joke about a car accident funny," she told New Scientist magazine.
He made a joke about bombing, then something about 9/11.
As the evening proceeded, Carson turned Splet's absence into a running joke about his getting lost en route.
Within the White House, I had by then become something of a humor evangelist, espousing to anyone who would listen a variant of the Twelve Step philosophy: things are only as bad as the stuff you can't joke about.
From a collection of 10,000, a joke about Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, submitted by Geoff Anandappa of Blackpool, emerged the winner, with a top rating from 47 per cent of those taking part.