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“Or self-mockery, as in the Arabic caption to a photo of a luxury hotel: “My house lol in Dubai City.””
“On Planet Jedward – their official website – the Irish people can forget their troubles for a while and laugh at the boys' camp self-mockery and their ceaseless energy.”
“Apart from cultivating our talents something that Brooks also writes a good deal about, at a young age we should be introduced to the virtues of humility, judgment, industry, courage, and self-mockery.”
“There were nights in hotel rooms, nights when he had had a few drinks after a performance, nights when his own deep confidence in himself and a tender strength, things he kept mostly hidden, things he folded away wrapped in cynicism and self-mockery, were not afraid to appear.”
“Do you share my sentiments or do you like his self-mockery?”
“Bennink is one of that world's most captivating clowns, with a remarkable repertoire of gymnastics, theatrics and self-mockery, but his affability has always disguised a rhythmic ingenuity and full-on swing power that makes him one of the world's great jazz drummers.”
“Many people build a career on just one or two songs," he says, with a degree of pride and self-mockery.”
“My third thought was that of sheepish self-mockery at the assumption of smut at first glance”
“And yet, when an art institution sets the bar so low as to allow a celebration of Abramovic's abortion staring in your face, the audience's silent toleration of such played-out shock seriousness borders on complicit self-mockery.”
“Set to recorded Scott Joplin selections, it's mostly an exercise in good-humored self-mockery.”
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