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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The show features celebrities from the world of Indian comedy flown in especially to tickle our funny bones.
Punsters seem to tickle our funny bones without really trying.
Piggy-backing on the success of The Axis of Evil Middle East Comedy Tour, which had the region in fits of hysterics last November, this performance is the super-sized version, with nine comedians set to tickle our funny bones.
It's the last in the series of this topical panel show, where Friday-night joker Jimmy Carr (above) is joined by regular team captains Sean Locke and Jason Manford to tickle our funny bones and see who best understands what is going on in Britain today.
Judith Anne from Abergele singing Any Man of Mine; North Wales duo DK Storm singing Our Love Grows and comedian Sean Styles on hand to tickle our funny bones.