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Very funny:‘it's a laugh a minute when Lois gets together with her dad’
hilarious, uproarious, very funny, very amusing, comical, comic, farcicalView synonyms
- ‘Behind its heavy door and a dark glass wall, the formal dining room isn't exactly a laugh a minute.’
- ‘A veteran of 30 or so such performances, Michael, 37, is guaranteeing a laugh a minute for the diners at the pub/brewery.’
- ‘‘He is a laugh a minute and we are both practical jokers so we got on immediately,’ she said.’
- ‘The pantomime is a laugh a minute with curly wigs, outrageous costumes, banter and confusion the order of the day.’
- ‘This movie is cleverly made with a laugh a minute.’
- ‘I think the decision to throw Ricky and me together throughout the series was a fantastic idea and it has been a laugh a minute.’
- ‘Last week's meeting was literally a laugh a minute, with a great turnout once more of both members and guests.’
- ‘Well, that wasn't exactly a laugh a minute was it?’
- ‘The stills from the CD cover alone seem to guarantee a laugh a minute / Halloween costume inspiration entertainment fandango.’
- ‘This will be the group's 15th production and all who come along are guaranteed value for money and a laugh a minute into the bargain.’
- ‘We've been over to Grandma's today, her memory is on the wane a little these days, bless her, but she really is a laugh a minute and we never have a dull time when we visit.’
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