self-parody

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self-parody

n
the act or an instance of mimicking oneself in a humorous or satirical way
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It's not before time of course as he's been verging on self parody for at least a couple of years.
He said: "Was it self parody? Should we be looking for a reveal?
The programme reached levels of self parody when thousands of pounds were given to an Afro-Caribbean co-operative set up to make woolly hats for Rastafarians.
It suggests a resort to self parody, and the production of buildings that go through the motions of an applied formula, with the intention of producing recognisable signature buildings as a substitute for thinking or creativity.
GARY LOCKE showed a nice line in self parody when the Soccer AM cameras paid a visit to Kilmarnock recently.
MALCOLM Storry laughs in self parody that his shoulder was one of the stars of the Daniel Day Lewis movie Last of the Mohicans, where the rest of his input was cut to ribbons and binned.
Jeremy Clarkson may now have finally mutated into self parody, speaking like a Monty Python skit, looking for all the world as if the cars he drives have been shrunk around him or are just too small to accommodate his ego, but his reactionary attitude and unbridled arrogance can still amuse.