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Novelty ( or joke ) ties or deliberately kitschy ties designed to make a statement gained a certain popularity in the 1980s and 1990s.
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Novelty and ties
Novelty ties featuring icons from popular culture ( such as cartoons, actors, or holiday images ), sometimes with flashing lights, have enjoyed some popularity since the 1980s.
Novelty and designed
To reinforce the connection with Love's Last Shift and capitalize on its unexpected success, Vanbrugh designed the central roles of Loveless, Amanda, and Sir Novelty for the same actors: John Verbruggen, Jane Rogers, and Colley Cibber.
Novelty and make
As Austin natives, they make regular appearances in the Austin Chronicle's annual Austin Music Awards poll, taking home the # 1 prize for " Best Novelty Band " in 2004, " Best None of the Above " performing band in 2006 ( the first Celtic band to ever win such accolades ), and " Best Folk Act " in 2007.
Clamper Edwin Grabhorn, a Western history publisher, published a spoof letter from the " Consolidated Brasse and Novelty Company " offering a " special line of brass plates " guaranteed to " make your home-town famous.
Novelty Island also saw such memorable characters as Mr Wobbly Hand, Judith Grant, the Slitherer, the Hoxton Hockler, Mr Melon in the wind and Wavy Davey make appearances.
Novelty and popularity
Novelty songs, long a music industry staple, continued their popularity in the Rock and Roll medium with hits such as " Beep Beep.
Novelty and 1980s
Novelty songs were popular on radio through the 1980s, to the point where it was not uncommon for novelty songs to break into the top 40 ( for instance, Chuck Berry's " My Ding-a-Ling " went all the way to # 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1972 ).
Novelty and fad dances such as the Roger Rabbit, the Cabbage Patch, and the Worm appeared in the 1980s followed by the Humpty dance and the Running Man in the 1990s.
Novelty and .
The first British production of the play in its regular form opened on 7 June 1889 at the Novelty Theatre, starring Janet Achurch as Nora and Charles Carrington as Torvald.
A replica of Novelty was built for the event, which was also attended by replicas of Sans Pareil and Rocket ( plus coach ). The Rocket replica bent its axle in Bold Colliery railway sidings during the event and was exhibited on a low loader carriage.
Two Class 86 locomotives 86214 Sans Pareil and 86235 Novelty were painted in a variation of the Large Logo Rail Blue livery where the BR logo was replaced by Rocket 150 motif on a yellow background.
In a recent ( 2002 ) restaging of the Rainhill Trials using replica engines, neither Sans Pareil ( 11 out of 20 runs ) nor Novelty ( 10 out of 20 runs ) completed the course.
Novelty almost matched it in terms of efficiency, but its firebox design caused it to gradually slow to a halt due to a build up of molten ash ( called " clinker ") cutting off the air supply.
* Novelty piano-A piano composition emphasizing speed and complexity which emerged after World War I.
He also performed, at the invitation of his friend Fritz Putzier, in Neal Buckley's Novelty Orchestra.
The benefits of increasing the fire-tube area had also been attempted with Ericsson and Braithwaite's Novelty at Rainhill.
An employee of the Timberlake Wire and Novelty Company, Albert J. Parkhouse of Jackson, Michigan has also been credited with the invention., as has Christopher Cann in 1876 as an engineering student at Boston University.
joke and deliberately
I give you my word I'm not trying to pull some stupid kind of joke, or to deliberately foul up the expedition.
Though a " mighty pirate " by his own account, it is a running joke throughout the games for characters to garble Guybrush Threepwood's unusual name, either deliberately or accidentally.
Cast members ( rumored to be Kelley and Doohan ) were playing a practical joke on Shatner and deliberately aiming the prop Tribbles at his head, seeing if he could complete the scene without breaking character.
The joke itself was normally deliberately corny ; the humour came from Corbett's wild tangents, as well as the anticlimax when he finally reached the punchline.
Andie's best friend, Phil " Duckie " Dale ( Jon Cryer ), is in love with her, but plays it off as a joke in front of her, and Andie suspects Duckie is deliberately failing his classes to avoid leaving high school.
The joke deliberately uses common logical fallacies to humorously characterize the causes and effects of electronic device failure.
Her ambiguous gender becomes a running joke throughout the series ( in a character omake, she is seen kicking the artist and writer for deliberately making her seem so boyish ).
However, Matt is deliberately kept in the dark by everyone about his identity and purpose until a cruel joke reveals to him that he is a clone.
It is a memory bias whereby a person may falsely recall generating a thought, an idea, a song, or a joke, not deliberately engaging in plagiarism but rather experiencing a memory as if it were a new inspiration.
* Film Break-A famous form of joke, where the film either snaps or is deliberately broken, with often the fourth wall coming into play during this period when, rightfully, there should be nothing on screen.