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funny ha-ha

Humorous or amusing, as opposed to strange (another meaning of "funny"). That play sure is funny. Funny ha-ha, I mean—I laughed through the whole thing.
See also: funny
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funny ha-ha

amusing; comical. (As opposed to funny peculiar.) I didn't mean that Mrs. Peters is funny ha-ha. She's weird—funny peculiar in fact. Mike thinks his jokes are funny ha-ha, but we laugh because they are so silly.
See also: funny
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The extra words are funny ha ha and funny peculiar such as bahookie, edgy and malky - not to mention classic phrases 'gonnae no dae that' and 'pure dead brilliant'.