In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1it's an in-joke — es un chiste entre nosotros/ellos
- I can share personal memories and in-jokes with him, and compliment him on his fine choice of tattoo.
- The film is utterly hilarious, filled with loads of sight gags, cheeseball dialogue and numerous in-jokes for horror buffs.
- I couldn't pronounce or understand half the names (still can't) and in-jokes but they still made me chuckle regardless.
- I think all of his movies are just giant in-jokes.
- The knowing humour of Shrek merely pushed the envelope a little further, balancing in-jokes and sly subversion for the adults with broader slapstick moments for the younger viewers.
- The blog is ample forum for their in-jokes to be imposed upon an unsuspecting public.
- If you were to go to America you'd hear a lot of in-jokes that wouldn't be funny here.
- The result was something of a mess: wildly funny in parts, but littered with in-jokes about the Irish arts world and particularly the Cork poetry scene.
- Filled with in-jokes, pop culture references and witty ideas, Shrek 2 maintains an amazing level of visual and verbal invention.
- But this is just an excuse for skimpy costumes, frenetic action, pop classics, sparky dialogue and quickfire in-jokes.
- After that, they all turn into grating in-jokes, funny to the filmmakers, but infuriating to the average moviegoer.
- Occasionally I misused the column to secretly share an in-joke with a friend, or girlfriend.
- Or maybe there were just too many movie industry in-jokes that didn't make me laugh like they made the studio executives laugh.
- The episode is riddled with in-jokes that are meant either for a Japanese audience, or for those who are quite familiar with the country.
- So, I went through and labeled everything that was obviously an in-joke, pun, repetition of the same person's photo, bunny ears, funny gestures, odd, or the slightest bit out of the ordinary and attempted to explain it.
- It is also an extremely funny illustration of the national obsession with word-play, in-jokes and notably filthy double entendre.
- It depends on one-liners and historical in-jokes that take a great deal of energy to follow.
- If the worst that could happen is the elimination of in-jokes from the magazine, or the occasional staff member feeling a bit silly about having worked for the enemy, then it will be a welcome change.
- The movie is a veritable mine of in-jokes, strange gags, and funny one-liners.
- There were in-jokes I was never going to understand.
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