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funny peculiar

odd; eccentric. (As opposed to funny ha-ha.) I didn't mean that Mrs. Peters is funny ha-ha. She's weird—funny peculiar in fact. His face is sort of funnyfunny peculiar, that is.
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He's had an amazing time, he assures me, although reading between the lines of his autobiography Funny Peculiar, his path to happiness hasn't always run smooth.
Suzanne is currently appearing in Seventies stage farce Funny Peculiar alongside Corrie veterans Vicky Entwistle, who played Janice Battersby, and Craig Gazey, who played window cleaner Graeme Proctor.
30pm FUNNY PECULIAR Civic Theatre, Darlington Tickets pounds 17.
And so, since we are gluttons for punishment of some sort, after a spluttering take off the column sort of settled into a loping funny haha, funny peculiar C cadence and even got a few laughs.
THERE were funny things occurring at Lingfield's last Polytrack meeting on Tuesday - funny peculiar that is, not funny ha-ha - as four of the eight races were won by horses making the running and two more by prominent racers.
That's how we arrived at the situation where there's something different, something unusual, something both funny peculiar and funny ha-ha about a man wearing a dress.
After two stints on BP and then Duncan Dares he firmly shook off the children's presenter image by stripping off for the adult farce Funny Peculiar at the Alexandra Theatre.
She'd concluded funny peculiar, yes, funny ha-ha, no.
Frenzied fantasy, as much funny peculiar as funny ha-ha.
Living proof if it were needed that there's a big difference between funny ha-ha and funny peculiar.
He's had an amazing time, he assures me when we meet, although reading between the lines of his autobiography, Funny Peculiar, his path to happiness hasn't always run smooth.
MIKE Stott's multi-award-winning classic Funny Peculiar, right, comes to Darlington Civic Theatre next week, from Monday to Saturday, February 11.
CORONATION Street stars Craig Grazey, Vicky Entwistle and Suzanne Shaw headline the revival of award-winning comedy Funny Peculiar at Leicester's Curve.
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'.
This stage production is a funny old thing in both senses of the word, but leaning rather more to funny peculiar than funny hilarious.