funny bone


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Synonyms for funny bone

a point on the elbow where the ulnar nerve passes near the surface

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Funny Bone live stand-up comedy show will be held at the Dilmun Club on June 27, with doors opening at 7pm and the show starting at 8.
The phrase funny bone could be either a play on the word for bone in the upper arm humerus or refer to the peculiar sensation you get when it's struck.
We asked the people of Benton, North Tyneside, which comedian most tickles their funny bone, and why.
His gift is reminding us that God has a funny bone, and that it's our responsibility to laugh at life's foibles.
Here's your chance to tickle the world's funny bone.
As the saying goes, "A good thing to have up your sleeve is a funny bone.
The Horizon Theatre Company, with its ninth season of contemporary plays, taps the funny bone and pulls the heartstrings in a winning combination of thought-provoking comedies and humor-filled dramas.
NOW if Ricky Gervais wants to rediscover his funny bone, maybe he could have a word with Roisin Conaty, writer and star of new comedy Game Face (Channel 4, Wednesday - immediately after Derek).
Funny Bone live stand-up comedy show will be held at the Dilmun Club tomorrow, with doors opening at 7pm and the show starting at 8.
IT IS not true that woman was made from man's rib, she was really made from his funny bone," wrote J.
Frank Sainsbury, Tooting, South London THE funniest thing about the funny bone is that it is not a bone at all.
A NEW comedy club is tickling the funny bone of Black Country pub-goers.
TOP TV comedians have hit the Teesside funny bone - and will have to return to the area by popular demand.
COMEDIAN Richard Herring doesn't tickle my funny bone, but his perception is spot on.