funny remark

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  • noun

Synonyms for funny remark

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

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I pride myself on being quick-witted and ready with a funny remark.
What's appealing about Biggins is that he'll made the odd funny remark but it's never full-on bitching.
I heard the harrowing story of the pregnant woman imprisoned for making a funny remark about Saddam's wife.
It's not just the funny remark about the last sporting controversy.
Another Yadav, Lalu Prasad, the chief of Bihar's Rashtriya Janata Dal, known for making funny remarks and his buffoonery, raised many an eyebrow recently when he sided with those accused of cheating in examinations.
They have also given duet performances, and the comfort level between the two is very visible through their exchange of constant smiles and funny remarks.
Dubai, June 6 ( ANI ): Schoolteachers in Saudi Arabia have taken to social networking sites and smart phone features to post funny remarks made by students on their exam papers.
Funny remarks may be taken out of context today, keep your cool, close ones are on your side, you know.
Through Dumbledore's commentary, Rowling also manages to make some quietly pointed and funny remarks on issues such as prejudice and the intolerance her books have elicited from some quarters.
Book clubs, watching TV while over-indulging in wine; and cruel but funny remarks about Carol Vorderman and Joan Collins had the crowd on her side throughout.
One of the funny remarks I got was this book handles a lot of macabre information with a certain glee," Mr.
And to make it more interesting I write down what happens including some of the funny remarks people make.
This polite little character, created by Michael Bond, has been around since 1958 and has delighted many a youngster since with his gentle humour and funny remarks.