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Synonyms for funny

Synonyms for funny

intended to excite laughter or amusement

agreeably curious, especially in an old-fashioned or unusual way

Synonyms

causing puzzlement; perplexing

words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

Synonyms for funny

an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line)

arousing or provoking laughter

beyond or deviating from the usual or expected

not as expected

experiencing odd bodily sensations

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Some comedians are funnier in the bar than they are on the television or the radio, but he was funny in the bar and even funnier on the television and stage.
0, while about 90 percent of both male and female study participants agreed with the stereotype that men are funnier.
I understand the necessity of having a PC ending, but it was much funnier when Santa was just being overtly belligerent and completely dismissive of the red states.
Why we are excited: By the look of these pictures Dustin Hoffman has never been funnier and any film with Lily Tomlin has to be worth a look.
Although "Children of the Projects" resembled a tasteless, racist joke--which on the one hand it was--it also staged a funnier (and more serious) scenario in which painting was challenged to outwit its destiny to just hang there mad look like something (e.
What sets apart atheists from Christians (and others) who spout off about their beliefs is the fact that the atheists (and, perhaps more so, the satanists) are funnier and like to have more of a, good time.
Gillen's character Stuart coming out to his parents with a speech using every euphemism ever created to describe gay men was even funnier than Brian's "I am a Jew" scene in The Life Of Brian.
Home-grown TV sitcoms such as Men Behaving Badly and Absolutely Fabulous are funnier than their United States counterparts, says a new survey on what makes the British public laugh.
CLEVELAND -- Reality is not only stranger than fiction, but it is also funnier.
And a joke is perceived as funnier when it is accredited to a professional comedian than to someone else, with non-nonsensical quips being particularly suited to those who make their living by making others laugh.
LEADING Italian golfer (why does that sound funnier than Leading Pygmy High Jumper?
I'll acknowledge, though, that most of Guest's films have been unique, not to mention smarter and funnier than the Hollywood norm.
The show made it to New York City, but friends told him, "Leslie, it's funnier when you just tell the story," and he never forgot the advice.
She has admitted she finds his comic rival Ricky Gervais much funnier than her tubby hubby.
Like most soft sculpture, these bright coils were funny right away and get even funnier with age.