In the words of Mark Twain, "Denial ain't just a river in Egypt."
Twain's quote is a play on words between "denial" and "da-nile" ... and it's probably one of the oldest jokes in the book. Some even claim it dates back to 1933.
It has been so widely used that there's even a song with a line "call me Cleopatra, because I'm the queen of denial."
Decades later, the joke is still pretty valid - and some would say the puns of today are even funnier than they ever were in the past.
You be the judge.