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When he suggested the phrase, I’d assumed he was planning an “apologies to” parody of the famed illustrations by Sir John Tenniel from the 1865 “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
Meanwhile, a good number of people have been banned from the platform for posting vulgar content, as well as some parody accounts and those that posted pictures of feces.
During Fairbanks’s previous run as the parody hero of contemporary action comedies like “His Picture in the Papers,” fans came to think of him as “Doug,” a tribute to his offhand elegance — like Fred Astaire’s, a triumph of talent and willpower.
The writers were masters of parody, so much so that it became something of a badge of honor to be so featured.
At this point, labeling a Democrat a “communist” is almost worthy of parody.
For example, if you need a parody video that’s humorous, look for video teams that specialize in just that.
It is twice blessed—it blesses him who earns, and those who give, to parody the words of Shakspeare.
A mockery of a government—a disgrace to the office pretended to be held—a parody on the position assumed.
As to Moussorgskys music, it may go to the devil for all I care: it is the commonest, lowest parody of music.
To equip a dull, respectable person with wings would be but to make a parody of an angel.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

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