laugh (one's) head off

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laugh (one's) head off

To laugh uproariously or hysterically. Your jokes are perfect for your speech tonight. You'll have them laughing their heads off! I'm telling you, Mark's boyfriend is hilarious! He had me laughing my head off when I met him.
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laugh one's head off

Fig. to laugh very hard and loudly, as if one's head might come off. (See also cough one's head off. Fixed order.) The movie was so funny I almost laughed my head off. I laughed my head off at Mary's joke.
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laugh your ˈhead off

laugh very loudly and for a long time: If old Mr Bradley could see you now he’d laugh his head off. OPPOSITE: cry your eyes out
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But before his shows kicked off Keith also told how other routines are designed to "make people laugh their heads off and then be fooled as well".
They are telling fibs of course, as psychologists watch and (mostly) laugh their heads off from behind the scenes, capturing every action and learning how their minds work.
I bet it's made a lot of blokes laugh their heads off.
They laugh their heads off but it's only 500 yards away
Shakespeare lovers are likely to laugh their heads off.
Whichwas the cue for the studio audience to laugh their heads off.
Andi had said before last night's eviction: "I hope people laugh their heads off when they see me training because I'm rubbish.
Those not irretrievably offended by it will laugh their heads off - some, perhaps, out of rueful recognition.
Most Cubans who've heard us laugh their heads off,'' said Ribot, 46, an in-demand session player who has cut multiple albums with Elvis Costello and Tom Waits.