tickle (someone's) funny bone

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tickle (someone's) funny bone

To make someone laugh; to be humorous or amusing to someone. There's this silly statue on campus that never fails to tickle my funny bone when I walk past it. David has such wit that he can tickle the funny bone of anyone he meets.
See also: bone, funny, tickle
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They really tickled my funny bone and cheered up my day.
Even if it does fizzle out a bit at the end, The Matador is a beautifully realised black comedy that really tickled my funny bone.
He hasn't tickled my funny bone yet," said a young guy who nodded to the band and asked, "Why do Republicans always get white bands who play Motown all night?
And Malky tickled my funny bone with A Town Called Chalice, The Wonder Of Pew and Simply The Blessed.
After all, they're the ones who suggested the song title that really tickled my funny bone.
THE mad-cap antics of the Harri Parris, a dysfunctional farming West Wales family, tickled my funny bones.
Your lengthy and serious explanation for the "Malayali" greetings tickled my funny bones.
Certainly that strange Dutch corner-kick ploy in the firsthalf tickled my funny bones.