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Tongue In Cheek - Daily Planets - Blank Expression (CD, Album)


  1. tongue in cheek meaning: 1. If you say something tongue in cheek, you intend it to be understood as a joke, although you. Learn more.
  2. It may have been used to suppress laughter. 'Tongue in cheek' is the antithesis of the later phrase - 'with a straight face'. The term first appeared in print in 'The Fair Maid of Perth', by that inveterate coiner of phrases, Sir Walter Scott, "The fellow who gave this all-hail thrust his tongue in his cheek to some scapegraces like himself.".
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Anatomy Of The Tongue In Cheek on Discogs/5(17).
  4. Tongue 'N' Cheek - Discography UK: 7 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery: Choose Country Australia (1) Germany (3) UK (7) Colin Henry, Maureen Mason and Junior Williams, sometimes also known as Tongue In Cheek.
  5. How to say tongue-in-cheek in Tamil. Tamil Translation. நாக்கு-ல் கன்னத்தில் Nākku-l kaṉṉattil. Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search: Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search: Advanced Word Finder: See Also in English. tongue noun.
  6. Definition of tongue in cheek in the Idioms Dictionary. tongue in cheek phrase. What does tongue in cheek expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. This expression originated in the fuller form put or thrust your tongue in your cheek, meaning ‘speak insincerely’. At one time, putting your tongue in your cheek could.
  7. tongue in cheek definition: 1. If you say something tongue in cheek, you intend it to be understood as a joke, although you. Learn more.
  8. Apr 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Relient K - The Anatomy Of The Tongue In Cheek (Full Album Audio) YouTube Relient K - MMHMM (Full Album Audio) - Duration: Gotee Records 27, views.
  9. Veteran bassist Jay Leonhart displays his talents as a lyricist, humorist, and singer on this whimsical release. Although the going gets occasionally silly, Leonhart's avuncular charm carries the day. Taken together, several of the tracks may signify a subgenre in the making: "Double Parking," "Bass Aboard a Plane," "Customs," and "German Shepherd" all survey some of the petty annoyances.

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