don't make me laugh


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don't make me laugh

A humorous response to a statement that one thinks is ridiculous or highly improbable. A: "Monica is coming to the meeting tonight, right?" B: "Don't make me laugh—she hasn't been to one all year."
See also: laugh, make

Don't make me laugh!

That is a stupid suggestion! You a judge? Don't make me laugh! Don't make me laugh. Tom could never do that.
See also: make

don't make me laugh

INFORMAL
People say don't make me laugh when they think that something they have been told is foolish or wrong. Claire, a poisoner? Don't make me laugh — she was just a lousy cook.
See also: laugh, make

don't make me laugh

don't say such ridiculous things. informal
See also: laugh, make

don’t make me ˈlaugh

(spoken) used to show that you think what somebody has just said is impossible or stupid: ‘Will your dad lend you the money?’ ‘Don’t make me laugh!’
See also: laugh, make
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