sidesplittingly love



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  • adv. In a sidesplitting manner; hilariously.

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  • adv. in a very humorous manner


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sidesplitting +‎ -ly


  • How sidesplittingly funny and original you all are!

    Hillary Celebrates Birthday With $1.5 Million Fundraiser

  • I can't get enough of the sidesplittingly funny and charming Charlaine Harris and Margaret Maron - I really could follow them around to just to hear them talk.

    For a Good Time...

  • I don't read much in the way of comedy writers, but Harley Jane Kozak (DATING IS MURDER) is sidesplittingly funny.

    Writing Funny

  • (5) The Setup: Real-life employees Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld turn the cameras toward their desks, chronicling their sidesplittingly dysfunctional, partially fictional work relationship.

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  • I don't know about any of my readers, but I find that concept sidesplittingly funny!

    Time for a new Look?

  • What reading it might not convey is how sidesplittingly funny it can be - I read it more than a year before seeing it and loved it both times, but didn't really laugh when I read it; on stage, it's hilarious, always keeping the edge of the knife to the throat at the same time.

    The Pillowman

  • Speaking of which, it seems the writer probably had a bit of a brainstorm during the creative process, and said to himself, You know what's really sidesplittingly funny?


  • At the same time, their print counterparts created sidesplittingly entertaining books, magazine articles, newpaper columns, plays etc.

    Pity the left, they aren't funny anymore

  • I also started the sidesplittingly funny Aquanatal classes.


  • [She is] sidesplittingly funny, patiently wise, and alternately cranky and kind.

    Traveling Mercies: Summary and book reviews of Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott.


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