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  • Turns out the first Funny Cars were, thought race veterans, well, funny-looking.

    Steve Parker: Drag Racing Returns

  • Indecently months and months later comes a funny-looking letter in my residential mailbox from Stickel's SalesStasi, quote: "Dear Display Advertiser, This advance notice shares the excitement to get you onboard with the paper's new crisper column width and sleek style sheet, in time to re-size camera-ready layouts for your quarter-page and half-page buys ... blah blah blah" and I puked.

    Buying himself out (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • I was first turned on to misanthropic sf by C.S. Lewis's Out of the Silent Planet, in which the benevolent nature-loving Martians are in the right and the humans are pretentious, silly, and funny-looking.

    Movie Review: Avatar

  • She was too sweet to inquire about it to her son, but I imagine that her involuntary matriarchal anxiety about funny-looking grandchildren was appeased when she saw me in person.

    Candace Walsh: Happy (Former) Mother (in Law)'s Day

  • I remember seeing black and white photos of him, his skinny legs, and the funny-looking costumes uniforms that they wore back in the early 60s.

    Love and Basketball « Happy Healthy Hip Parenting

  • That funny-looking squash became part of a toothsome sage risotto; the quince jam is delicious on the bread we also bought.

    Linda Novick O'Keefe: Octoberliscious

  • As I put the funny-looking headset on my ears, I realized everybody was looking at me.

    Bill Robinson: TechScape: Ear Buds That Really Fit

  • There was this funny-looking, fleshy thingy hanging back there, like a rope on a bell hanging in a church I'd seen in a book or a movie or on television or something.

    The Boy in the Sandwich

  • It was strange to her to be looking at this person, this adult woman where a funny-looking and mousy half-Aztec carpenter's daughter should be.

    X, Chapter 2: Min

  • Your tribe of funny-looking gapped-tooth towheaded Dutchmen who'll read Latin and Greek before English.

    Oh, Cardinal Directions!

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