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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yourself through the last of the cold weather (we hope) at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival which tickles your funny bone from Thursday.
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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.
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