Did you mayhaps mean punching?
- n. Plural form of punchline.
“If you like the fabricated rantings of a narccistic sociopath devoid of any genuine humour, with obvious "punchlines" and that, if you read between the lines, do little else than to highlight the author's issues with women and self esteem, then you'll love Tucker Max. Kendo on Sep 12, 2008”
“It's the same sound you hear after the Leno "punchlines" in this article.”
“You will never see Stewart himself analyze and comment on anything unless his set-ups have wickedly funny punchlines.”
“Maybe instead of repeating Colbert's punchlines, and then complaining about them, Chuck Todd could explain what the AgJOBS bill isless than a minute ago via TweetDeckAlex Pareene pareene”
“The caricatures that inhabit “The Goods” go for the easiest, safest, and most insulting punchlines while pretending to be edgy by adding raunch.”
“She exploits it for pitch-perfect set-ups and punchlines but also to convey the hectic, obsessive state of David's mind as he imagines his son's shooter everywhere:”
“That way, Americans can learn that minorities don't just exist as fetishes, caricatures or punchlines, but as people who could be your friend -- the kind of friend who could help you out of a very difficult jam.”
“It's simply a pernicious assumption -- that everyone in the classroom is coming from the same political perspective and will laugh at the same punchlines.”
“So it's a shame to see him spouting off standard sitcom punchlines as Laura Prepon's buffoonish dad on NBC's Chelsea Handler-inspired misfire.”
“The second artist, Cosmo Jarvis, is also proving the banjo isn't just for "Deliverance" punchlines, Steve Martin, or Kermit the Frog anymore.”
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