I shore went to a the-a-ter, but she didn't get my funny-bone busy none.
The General chuckled suddenly, as if something had hit his funny-bone.
He landed on the funny-bone of a boy struggling with Marty for the ball.
Before I knew how it came about the pipe case had quitted my hand, which was caught close to the funny-bone and tingled horribly.
I tell you what every woman knows: that Eve wasn't made from the rib of Adam, but from his funny-bone.
He's the funny-bone and gristle of the country,' said Andy, 'and I don't know who we would do without him.'
"Reckon I've got a funny-bone in my head," he said impatiently.
“You must have hit your funny-bone, or something,” hinted Miss Pipkin as she poured a cup of the reheated coffee.
He cannot be complete in aughtWho is not humorously prone; A man without a merry thoughtCan hardly have a funny-bone.
You must have knocked your funny-bone against the edge of the counter.
funny bone fun·ny bone (fŭn'ē)
A point on the elbow where the ulnar nerve runs close to the surface and produces a tingling sensation if knocked against bone.