"I was taken out in a primary by a woman who was not a witch," he deadpanned.
“Well, it's a fantastic example of where trickle-down doesn't work,” Gates deadpanned.
The events contained in the book, Stoker deadpanned, were no act of imagination.
“Surprise, surprise,” Casey said in a deadpanned voice, her eyes in a big upward roll.
He then waited a beat and deadpanned: “Yes I am an admirer of Lenin.”
“I had some time to think about it,” deadpanned CBS anchor Scott Pelley.
No wonder Obama deadpanned at the dinner that Romney “asked if he could get some equal time on The Merv Griffin Show.”
“The only person with less popularity than Sacramento legislators is Dick Cheney,” Stenhouse deadpanned.
Asked if there were anything she thought she would wear from the collection, Walters deadpanned: “Not the wedding gown!”
“I was taken out in a primary by a woman who was not a witch,” he deadpanned.
: my wife's New York ironies or her deadpan humor/ This is known as the deadpan system of prevarication
: With kids packing his audiences, he deadpanned ''I promise to lower the voting age to 6'' (1930s+)