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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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he'd bellowed by way of introduction, jokily adding: "They're gonna win the Premier League, the FA Cup and the Anglesey Cup - Colwyn Bay United
Bizarrely, I jokily suggested that maybe we should enter X Factor 2014 as a duo.
So was the pervasive disjunction of the show--titled, for reasons that remained characteristically unclear, "A, E, I, O, U," the same five vowels exclusively utilized to craft the jokily unintelligible, wholly useless press release that announced it--a strategic success or a failure of nerve?
I was asked on several occasions whether the events were real and, in the single moment I can pinpoint for the lesson going irretrievably wrong, at one point I jokily answered, 'Yes.
Harry, 27, has moved into what is jokily being referred to as the "royal bedsit" in a residential wing nearby, a modest one-bedroom former staff apartment with a small lounge, kitchenette and bathroom.
In an Adventure with Scientists, the director Peter Lord jokily agreed with Hugh and said he had indeed been "grumpy" while filming.
I asked, jokily and pleasantly, if there was any way they could go back to the original arrangement.
Big Jarmo has been jokily complaining about being overlooked for a Ryder Cup wild-card pick, but the 43-year-old Swede knows he has become an also-ran, and the much more progressive youngster, who finished 15th in the Austrian Open on Sunday, must be preferred.
According to Denis, his father jokily adopted this for his family.
The members' often jokily racy songs are perhaps ideally experienced in excerpt--complete with subtitled lyrics--making this a docu whose prankish DIY charms reflect the spirit of its subject.
The first four minutes aren't bad though as Ewan McGregor puts in a cameo as secret agent Ian Rider, seeing off pursuing motorbikes and avoiding missiles in a jokily sleepy Cornwall before being (apparently) killed by some bloke (Damien Lewis) hanging upside down from a helicopter.