If there's anyone in golf who likes a joke it's Ian Poulter.
The Postman didn't have many reasons to laugh as he played and lost in what is likely his final Ryder Cup appearance last month.
He maintained his personal achievement of being undefeated in the singles though as the United States ran out 19-9 winners.
But Poulter has been quick to forget those demons and has been keeping his social media up to date with humorous content.
He was in Las Vegas where he played in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open where he missed the cut after shooting rounds of 69 and 74.
He's still in the desert though as the PGA Tour maintains its swing in Las Vegas ahead of the CJ Cup this week.
Poulter posted a picture on his Twitter profile taking aim at his trusted caddie Terry Mundy.
It pays homage to the hilarious comedy film The Hangover where a group of pals travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party.
Suffice to say the group have a bit too much to drink and wake up with no memory of what happened.
Oh, and they find a baby in the closet.
The film also stars Mike Tyson.
Judging by the rest of Poulter's social media he's in good spirits at the moment.
He was at the heavyweight boxing world championship bout between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
Fury knocked out Wilder in the 11th round and Poulter posted a video of Fury serenading the crowd with the song: "Walking in Memphis".
The undefeated world champion switched Memphis to Vegas in the song.
Poulter also posted a video of him playing in a Pro-Am where he hits a tee shot with American musician Kelley Smith rapping over his swing.
Kelley James bringing some 17th tee pressure pic.twitter.com/nkRCCUAOtJ— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) October 8, 2021