sick joke

NOUN
  1. a joke in bad taste
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How To Use sick joke In A Sentence

  • The symbolic center of the film industry, Hollywood Boulevard has long been Los Angeles' secret, sick joke on hopeful tourists.
  • I looked skywards and enquired loudly of The Man who gives us such weather: ‘Is this some kind of sick joke?’
  • A council worker is facing the threat of disciplinary action after being caught searching the internet for sick jokes about the Asian tsunami.
  • An election in which the names of the candidates in the various lists are still not known 18 days before the polls open is a sick joke, not an election.
  • To give the offenders a year in custody is a sick joke. The Sun
  • It sounds like a sick joke but they are deadly serious.
  • The most promising lead turned out to be a sick joke when I found myself bleakly staring down at some bird food.
  • The idea that the war has made the world a safer place is a sick joke.
  • Until the foreign armies leave the country, the idea that it has been liberated is little more than a sick joke.
  • For the BBC to call itself impartial is a sick joke, their political bias is clear and obvious and I am sure that I (and others) could list their built-in prejudices with ease. Are the BBC going easy on Labour
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