butt of many

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  • After that the Old Man is set up against a tree, where he remains for a long time, the butt of many jests. Cited from The Golden Bough, by James George Frazer
  • Due to her robustness, she is often the butt of many fat jokes.
  • Although he is one of the more serious characters in the series, Heimdall is also the butt of many jokes.
  • He is often the butt of many a joke, especially from Joker and Queen.
  • Congress became the butt of many jokes, but men could not hide the chagrin they felt that their Government was so weak. Cited from The Fathers of the Constitution, Max Farrand
  • Since the beginning of his political career, Estrada has been the butt of many jokes in the Philippines.
  • Robert's bold stand for a holy Christian life made him the butt of many a joke, and a laughing-stock. Cited from Around Old Bethany, by Robert Lee Berry
  • Heath primarily serves as the comedy relief, being the butt of many physical jokes and the class clown.
  • In school he had been made the butt of many a joke, but his fund of good nature had never rebelled and his persistence was never broken. Cited from Winning His "W", by Everett Titsworth Tomlinson
  • It tells the story of Gimpel, a simple bread maker who is the butt of many of his town's jokes.
  • The festival's title has often been the butt of many jokes questioning the grammatic skills of the festival's organizers.
  • Naturally he was the butt of many jokes. Cited from Sermons on Biblical Characters, by Clovis G. Chappell
  • Invariably male, they had a reputation for gullibility and were the butt of many jokes.
  • He unwittingly became the focus of the derision of long-suffering Cubs fans and the butt of many jokes.
  • His clumsiness also makes him the butt of many of the Z-Stacks' jokes.
  • The couple later became the butt of many jokes on Monty Python's Flying Circus during its series run.
  • Of the four main characters, Tino is considered by his friends to be the most neurotic and weird, making his behavior the butt of many jokes.
  • Recently Kirkintilloch has become the butt of many of comedian Frankie Boyle's jokes in his stand up tour.
  • Throughout its existence the telescope was the butt of many derisive jokes and unflattering cartoons.
  • This is the book that made Shirley MacLaine the butt of many a joke, especially by the late-night comedians.
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