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"Ah, ha!" said at length the infuriated jester. "Ah, ha!
At length the flames, suddenly increasing in virulence, forced the jester to climb higher up the chain, to be out of their reach; and, as he made this movement, the crowd again sank, for a brief instant, into silence.
As for myself, I am simply Hop-Frog, the jester -- and this is my last jest."
At the date of my narrative, professing jesters had not altogether gone out of fashion at court.
It was to this part of the cap that the bells were attached; which circumstance, as well as the shape of his head-dress, and his own half-crazed, half-cunning expression of countenance, sufficiently pointed him out as belonging to the race of domestic clowns or jesters, maintained in the houses of the wealthy, to help away the tedium of those lingering hours which they were obliged to spend within doors.
Ponciano was later arrested with the help of barangay officials but Jester managed to flee.
Bianca Del Rio - bringing her tell-it-like-it-is attitude along with her, on next September's It's Jester Joke tour
Despite juggling a number of jobs - and juggling is one of them - Mr Gupwell is a jester at heart.
Baiting audiences, in true jester style, can also be like playing with fire, particularly at boozed-up stag or hen nights.
Ahead of the massive showdown, Jester chatted to the Paisley Daily Express about his career to date and his thoughts on the match.
Second row--Donna Fesler, Elizabeth Diener, Jennifer Booms, Karen Taylor, Megan Jester and Joyce Van Nostrand.
The Jester claims to have taken over a shortwave 50-kilowatt radio station in the city of Kanggye.