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yourself through the last of the cold weather (we hope) at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival which tickles your funny bone from Thursday.
Nationally touring magician Bill Cook amazes your eyes and tickles your funny bone.
30pm IF THE sight of someone falling off a chair tickles your funny bone, then this sitcom will be half an hour of sheer joy.
That didn't stop one chap sitting near me with his children from laughing uproariously throughout, so it's all a matter of what tickles your funny bone.
It has hundreds of jokes about every career so no matter where you work, you're bound to find something that tickles your funny bone.
So write to me whether you are angry and outraged, think something deserves praise, tickles your funny bone - or you would just like to share your views with the millions of other Mirror readers.