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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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Political jokes are subversive; they strip away the nearly royal aura of dignity in which politicians like to shroud themselves and expose them as flawed humans.
He will be presenting a gag video and a few political jokes today at the St.
This little slice of Arab culture in central London was basically defined by groups of mostly men sitting in cafes smoking water pipes and eating, many women in headscarves, and assorted pairs of men quietly conversing, perhaps making deals or sharing gossip and political jokes.
WHATEVER else the past seven eventful days in politics will ultimately be remembered for, it's certainly been a good, maybe even vintage week for political jokes.
One of Zhai's friends, named Pu Fei, also said authorities went too far in their actions, given that political jokes are always posted online.
This and many other political jokes will pepper Sharma's standup comedy act that will be part of the Cheese Monkey Mafia's routine at the Hinglish Cafe this Friday.
Four of the six cycles are plucked from "the largest sets of jokes that exist" They are jokes about stupidity and craftiness, sex jokes, Jewish jokes, and Soviet political jokes.
People suspected of trying to leave the country or telling political jokes were arrested, kept in isolation and often interrogated to the point of a false confession.
The author's discussion of the gender roles, sexual preferences, and occupational/religious expectations of Jewish men and women (113-153) is also exceptionally compelling due to the sheer breadth of source material and Davies's provocative interpretations, as is his inquiry into why political jokes about the Soviet Union managed to persist among those living behind the Iron Curtain, and why those jokes were especially meaningful to those joke tellers under the control of totalitarianism (213-252).
The most convincing proof in this respect is the flourishing production of political jokes.
Arab cartoonists have their own websites now, Facebook groups and pages dedicated to wild cartoons, political jokes and funny Flash cartoons.
Probably the best and most imaginative political jokes, like the one already cited, are emerging from the Middle East and North Africa at the moment.