- the most flirtatious, suggestive and sexual of the categories, commonly exhibited by young females around members of the opposite sex.
Izzy May tipped the scales at 6lb 6oz when she was born on July 4.
She remembers Titanic star Kate Winslett as being a great giggler
as well as England goalie David Seaman.
Guaranteeing that the series goes out on a high is regular Friday Night visitor, Jonathan's real-life mate and inveterate giggler
Ricky Gervais (below), who turns up with a sneak clip of his forthcoming series Extras, featuring Kate Winslet.
There was constant corpsing because I'm a terrible giggler
Thrilled Brenda, who has to change 30 nappies a day, told how her famous girls are developing their own characters - KELLY is the quiet one, KATIE's the boss, SHAUNA's a tiny rogue and AMY is the the giggler
GARDENING expert Charlie Dimmock bedded down in a bath of popcorn yesterday - to celebrate being named Giggler
of the Year.
Sue says: "Bill's the first to admit he's always been a terrible giggler
, so we have to be careful because he makes me laugh.
In the film Amadeus - a 1984 sensation, winning eight Oscars - the composer was played by Tom Hulce as a manic giggler
whose rude behaviour belied his supreme talent.
She said: "Doctors said he would never be able to laugh but he is a little giggler
I'm a real giggler
, and Maggie is so funny that it's very hard not to laugh sometimes.
Judi Dench was Lady Bracknell - now she's a joker, such a giggler
," remembers Nigel.
Even if the giggler
does turn out to be an insensitive clod, the interpreter's self-awareness is crucial to not exacerbate the situation.
But the Haverfordwest-born Batman has revealed the reason why, to paraphrase his Dark Knight nemesis The Joker, "he's always so serious" - it's because he's secretly a chronic giggler
I'm a big giggler
; I'm probably more of a giggler
than he is; he's drier than me - believe it or not.