"You must be used to getting your picture taken," quipped Obama.
Blatter laughed out loud and quipped: “Then they should refrain from any sexual activities.”
Indeed, Robert Danin quipped that the breakthrough Kerry might have achieved is “peace between Tzipi Livni and PM Netanyahu!”
Fugelsang quipped: “Comics are bitter misogynist self-loathing drunks, and Congress already has already hit their quota of those.”
"If he's funny enough for Elizabeth Taylor, he's funny enough for me," she quipped, according to Berlin.
His sassy cohost, Kate Bolduan, quipped: “The Jeff Zucker Show!”
“I used to work for Encyclopedia Britannica and that book has gone out of style,” Albright quipped.
If anything they were more cheerful, and quipped their mud-covered comrades on their appearance.
Mr. Potter was in great form and quite outdid the champagne in sparkle, and we quipped and quirked till a late hour.
"Even a pigeon can admire a shapely shape," Hanlon quipped as he disconnected.
"make a quip," 1570s, from quip (n.). Related: Quipped; quipping.