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Joke of the day "I have one thing that William Hague hasn't," said Philip Hammond, touching his hair as he paid tribute to his bald predecessor at the Foreign Office.
Lehmann then spoke of how he occasionally uses a joke of the day to lighten the mood, the report said.
The photograph was originally sent to the Sunday Mercury 30 years ago by James Kendall who wrote at the time: "I still remember the joke of the day in London.
Also consider holding a contest or offering something for free, even if it is just a daily recipe or office joke of the day (make sure it's not offensive, though).
Bodi said that Trott's going home from the Ashes due to stress illness was the joke of the day, compelling him to take up the heat and stop running for cover.
An animated joke teller entertains customers while they wait for a table, and if those jokes are missed, waitresses will tell the joke of the day.
Popular general entertainment features, like the Joke of the Day and Daily Horoscopes.
JOKE OF THE DAY "Brooks Newmark looked distraught in Whitehall on Friday.