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Drew joke

compounding noun
an overly corny and cheesy joke, usually one involving word play and illiciting begrudging chuckles, eye rolls, and head shakes. Such jokes are often told by Drew Moore.
 
Used after someone (not necessarily Drew) makes a corny joke. If the person making the joke is not Drew himself, the person must be familiar with Drew, or else the word doesn’t make sense.
Etymology : compound of ‘Drew,’ a person who makes such jokes, and ‘joke,’ meaning ‘funny statement meant to make people laugh,’
Source : while in Huma, “I wonder if whenever this building was first built, it was called Young Hum(m)a?” “Ugh that was such a Drew joke.” (Karen Jong, Humanities Building, 04-26-11)
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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