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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This delightfully absurd exploration of the domestic uses of dinosaurs is guaranteed to tickle funny bones and spark imaginations.
The Barnstormers are bursting out of the studio and being let loose on the main stage to bring audience some more well-known names from the stand-up circuit to tickle funny bones.
On Friday MarkWatson packs them in at the same venue, while on the same night Felix Dexter is set to tickle funny bones at the Contemporary Urban Centre in Greenland Street.
Instead of cracking gags to his family and a few friends, Niclas is hoping to tickle funny bones across the world by broadcasting his jokes on the internet.
But will the boisterous French hero tickle funny bones beyond Gaul?
SCONES don't often provoke a great amount of hilarity, but those wee round things certainly tickle funny bones tonight.
And it's his spoof celebrity guests, including Bertie Ahern and Roy Keane, that most tickle funny bones every week.