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Synonyms for hilariously

in a hilarious manner


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You can watch more of Computer Show's hilariously geeky episodes at their YouTube channel.
Yet, recently social media has thrown out a hilariously brilliant new concoction in the form of Rent-A-Rebound.
After a foul ball landed in the row ahead of him, the young boy hilariously started to pout as video cameras zoomed in on him.
I still fondly recall a chat I had with him a few years back where he told me the most hilariously embarrassing story about hiding in the toilet to avoid meeting the formidable James Brown in the early '90s, much of which I didn't print for fear of being sued by the (then still alive and boogying) Godfather Of Soul.
Boy Meets Girl, ITV, Friday Hilariously written, hilariously acted.
If we're lucky it's manifested in a hilariously grimy, naked-lady-with-a-cheetah sort of way.
com, the site houses "painfully polite and hilariously hostile writing from shared spaces the world over.
The blubbing blonde's hilariously dysfunctional relationship with rotten Rex was BB9's one and only triumph.
It's a women thing, as five very different women struggle hilariously to conquer pole dancing for a Charity event to raise awareness and money for breast cancer.
But then Rhod does misery very well and, often, hilariously.
From a Stinky Feet Experiment to Worm Day, events are hilariously told in this fine story for younger readers in grades 2-4 seeking something different in easy books.
Along the way, Borat is hilariously schooled in American etiquette by a series of unsuspecting experts.
Not everyone is asked to go over the top, but those who do -- particularly Ana Ortiz, playing Betty's sister, Hilda -- do so hilariously.
It's pretty sketchy all around and often hilariously ridiculous, but done in complete fun, as it follows the band the Lovedolls on their rapid ascent amidst unfriendly LA beach gangs, unscrupulous sleazy manager types, and heavy drug use.
In this brilliant, wildly over-the-top novel, written in the lush formally eloquent language favored by the 19th-century gentry and peopled with a hilariously grotesque assemblage of hucksters, hooligans, madmen and hypocrites, Wright paints an unsparing portrait of the American psyche.