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What does it mean when you dream about a joke?

Humor in a dream is a good indication of light-heartedness and release from the tension that may have surrounded some issue. There is, however, also a negative side of humor, such as when someone or something is derided as “a joke.”

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Love you, granddad" and posted another jokey picture of a Christmas card he had sent his dad showing an unborn baby saying: "I'm waiting.
Using Hurricane Sandy and some choice jokey tweets about last year's storm, researchers chronicled the points at which the funniness of it all crested, fell, and, after a safe distance, became both funny and not funny once again.
Please will passengers make full use of the luggage racks" A jokey tweet from Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville
The fact it was such a quiet show only added to the atmosphere and, although he tried hard, he was better off keeping the jokey banter to a minimum and concentrating on the music.
It's funny seeing her switch from professional to the jokey girl that she is.
THE jokey letter you published about swapping our water for dualling the A1 (Views of the North, March 1) is deeply worrying in that it may reflect a wider lack of seriousness about the water situation.
Gentle and folky, Molasses Creek is one of those bands that drip with a sort of warm Americana - vibrant fiddles, charming, sometimes jokey lyrics sung to a knee-slapping beat and delivered with aplomb and finesse.
The jokey manner of the piece, accompanied by camera shots pouring huge amounts of vodka into a glass, was a clear encouragement to drink.
10pm) Betty finds herself in hot water when a jokey press release is sent out by mistake.
Too many Presley tribute shows rely on jokey impersonations.
The editor of Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage offered "Laddy" as a jokey alternative, admitting that there was no provision on the books for this eventuality.