A daft road sweeper most frequently seen in the Nag's Head, he came to adopt the 'village idiot' role, drawing
laughs in each of his scenes through his general stupidity, in particular his unshakable belief that Rodney's real name was actually Dave.
Only Fools and Horses
After several reporters derisively
laughed at these comments, Đính stormed out of the conference.
Ton That Dinh
And what's wrong with kids getting up and grooving; squealing, screaming, and
laughing through a performance? I wanted to explore alternate ways to write and perform for young children, to ensure the music was for them, not just the musician.
Another tale states that Democritus, supposed to be mad because he
laughed at everything, was sent to Hippocrates to be cured.
Bob fakes his own death and locks Bart in the coffin, which he attempts to cremate at the otherwise empty funeral home as all the Terwilligers
Both GameSpot and GameTrailers said that the game delivered more than enough
laughs to make it worth playing through at least once.
The Simpsons Game
C.R.U.S.H. smiles and
laughs into the camera, she winks and the screen cuts to black.
Crush (video game)
Chroniclers recorded that despite his wealth and power he was a modest and easy-going leader, happy to sit with his men and servants, casually
laughing and eating with them.
Stephen, King of England
During this month he threw food at an officer and was once again found with a broomstick in his rectum, this time dragging it around the floor of his cell,
laughing as he did so.
Mathew Charles Lamb
Equally horrifying was the way Stalin and his companions
laughed at the love-making scene between Sergei and Katerina.
Eventually, Koval managed to obtain a teaching job there; his students often
laughed at his foreign pronunciations for technical terms.
For example, a story about zombies attacking the town briefly cuts to them in their space ship, watching the events and
laughing maniacally at the Earthlings' suffering.
Treehouse of Horror (series)
Friday viciously punched the
laughing player in the jaw, striking him with such force that he wore a neck brace for two weeks afterwards.