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Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #901283 10/12/15 10:14 AM
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Arugula. Not only does it make the most amazing salad ever, I just LOVE to say it out loud!


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Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #920645 05/25/17 10:06 AM
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Mine are words like
Eureka!
Jiggly!
Molecules!

Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #921280 06/21/17 03:51 AM
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I find word "meme" interesting initially I thought this is not a word but later on find that it exists. :)

Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #927900 05/19/18 06:20 PM
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Funny word for me was yahoo

Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #927911 05/20/18 04:47 PM
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I love the word syzygy. It looks funny and it kind of tickles my mouth to say it. SIZ-i-gee

It's used in astronomy to mean any three or more bodies lined up. For example a solar eclipse is a syzygy - the Earth, the Moon and the Sun are aligned.


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Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #930012 11/04/18 08:16 AM
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My favorite word to say is serendipity. The "dipity" part is what gets me.

Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #930016 11/04/18 01:11 PM
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The word 'doodlesack' always makes me smile. (It's another word for a bagpipe.)

Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: JOY (Self Development)] #930028 11/07/18 03:41 AM
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Love Dudelsack too Joy, it is German and oddly enough a popular fun instrument here. laugh

One of my favorite words is Gemütlich, which means something like "cosy", describing an atmosphere, feeling etc.


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Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #930039 11/09/18 01:07 AM
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Hi Guys!
I love the word cattywampus. When my dogs jump up on my bed or the sofa, I am always saying to them "Don't make the blankets all cattywampus!"


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Re: What words tickle your funny bone? [Re: Jana - Creativity Editor] #931398 08/16/19 02:10 PM
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Here is one: Caterwaul

To wail harshly and loudly
To utter a shrill shriek, like that of a cat

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