“Jack is a terrible commander, but a very funny one, and he doesn't distinguish himself much as a general, but he does an admirable job of evincing yuks from the reader; and Willingham uses the story to make some really thought-provoking points about the dark and primal nature of stories and the danger and blood that lurks in their hearts.”
“Other than that, I don’t think we can expect a lot of yuks from a creator as compulsive as Weiner.”
“Lots of yuks in all of Shakespeare's great tragedies.”
“Cool … yet ANOTHER silly cliche … the yuks never stop coming w/you, do they?”
“But Fox studio analyst Michael Strahan, after hearing Bradshaw, suggested even head injuries are good for yuks: "Sitting up here with you guys every week shows me the effects of head trauma in football.”
“For any journalist who has spent a night haunting the lobbies of hotels where Beltway power players including, often, the president holed up for off-the-record yuks, trying to buttonhole guests for details, to see the gathering unfold on video is like learning that the Illuminati has a regular happy hour at T.G.I.”
“It casts Seth Rogen, beloved Hollywood go-to schlub for middle-of-the-road yuks, as a rage-filled, racist failure in a film that's the fucked-up, reckless and cum-reeking brother of the decidedly frothier, much more popular Paul Blart: Mall Cop (that movie grossed over six times the amount of money Observe did in the U.S.).”
“After a food-poisoning subplot that spewed nearly as many yuks — and yucks — as Bridesmaids' instant-classic bridal-shop scene, Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Marshall (Jason Segel) found out they're expecting a baby.”
“If I do that for too long, I want to get back to the yuks.”
“One performer gets yuks from his big hair and soft tummy, and he even has a Snoopy moment, getting jubilantly carried away by another performer's rhythmic inventions.”
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