The gently mocked iPhone commercial featuring Zooey Deschanel quizzing Siri spawned a wildly popular Twitter spoof.
But really, these heroes of hilarity past put the oof in “spoof.”
The tone lurches drunkenly from realistic to farcical to spoof.
For a brief period, a Facebook spoof page showed Monti as a vampire sucking the life out of Italians.
A spoof of the cartoon with an actor dressed as the Israeli leader is now a popular billboard hawking a cell-phone plan.
Soon the fire could be discerned on that part of spoof's farm where he was engaged in putting up hay.
He thought I was going to rag him about the spoof he'd played off on the nurse.
spoof was healthy and strong and his engines were functioning properly.
But I thought it was just one of these bloomin' spoof entrainments.
Jean isn't putting you and spoof under the magnifying glass, so to speak, and studying out which is the more decent chap.
"hoax, deception," 1884, spouf, name of a game invented by British comedian Arthur Roberts (1852-1933); sense of "a parody, satirical skit or play" is first recorded 1958, from verb in this sense, attested from 1914.
To fool; hoax; tease: He was just spoofing (1889+)
[coined by the British comedian Arthur Roberts, born 1852, as the name of a nonsense game he invented]