funny stuff

funny stuff

1. Foolish, unruly, and/or mischievous behavior. Knock off the funny stuff, the boss will be here any minute!
2. Irregular, unusual activity, often illegal or illicit in manner or scope. I suspect there's some funny stuff going on with that company's accounts.
See also: funny, stuff
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He uses the funny stuff to tease out the difference between people who say something daft at the end of the long day, such as Liam Neeson, and the Tommy Robinsons of the world, who are actually hateful.
Alam naman ng parents ko na mahilig ako sa weird or funny stuff like that,' Arboleda told INQUIRER.net.
This involves standing on stage in our intimate venue with notes, saying some really funny stuff and possibly some stuff that isn't funny quite yet.
"When you're doing coke, there's always funny stuff to write about.
Temple's close friend and author, Anita Lesko, conducts personal and unique interviews that include chapters such as: Filming of the HBO Movie, Temple Grandin, with Clare Danes; Crazy Funny Stuff and Childhood Memories: Thrilling Events in Temple's Life; Work Hard to Succeed; Temple's Big Message; and so much more!
These retrogressive methods have their odd advantages, too, as Palace pro/TM/funny little northern Hobbit Danny Brady explains: "There's always so much funny stuff captured before and after the actual trick we're trying to film, because the cameras are almost always on.
And in between these heavy moments is some seriously funny stuff.
This is funny stuff and, as to be expected from Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen, delightfully off-kilter.
So, with a challenge from my wife I decided to write about funny stuff (good and bad) that happens everyday in a marriage.
THERE'S a reason the 'Laugh' in writer-illustrator Tom McLaughlin's name is picked out in red on the cover of his follow-up to The Accidental Prime Minister - it's funny stuff.
THERE'S a reason the "Laugh" in writer-illustrator Tom McLaughlin's name is picked out in red on the cover of his follow-up to The Accidental Prime Minister - it's funny stuff.
Available now THERE'S a reason the 'Laugh' in writer-illustrator Tom McLaughlin's name is picked out in red on the cover of his follow-up to The Accidental Prime Minister - it's funny stuff.
Funny stuff. But for Dyster and the city, as well as the 72nd Street residents themselves, the end result may be no laughing matter.
We like funny stuff. So this mix of travelogue and documentary presented by two of Channel 4's funniest guys is a winner, as this week Richard Ayoade is joined by comedian Adam Hills.