He played for the California prep school Harvard-Westlake, where, funnily enough, his backup was the actor Jason Segel.
funnily enough, he was doing a book tour in Australia when I had been cast, but before I came to the States to make the movie.
But funnily enough, there's obviously a signature—and the collections we make will fit automatically in the total of the rest.
Number one is arguably the most troubling, but funnily enough, it is mostly taken care of by the coding error.
funnily, No More Mister Nice Blog argues, seemingly persuasively, that Ferguson was wrong in the piece about himself.
It was so pretty (she said), such a lovely color, and the bubbles were so funnily busy.
It is so springy and soft, all this straw; and it tickles one so funnily in the neck.
funnily enough, would you believe it, it was the petrol that floored me.
But Dods did mix up his—'similes,' I think, is the right word—so funnily!
We had a Frenchman working here the other day, and Asia called his name so funnily that I will tell you about it.
"humorous," 1756, from fun + -y (2). Meaning "strange, odd" is 1806, said to be originally U.S. Southern. The two senses of the word led to the retort question "funny ha-ha or funny peculiar," which is attested from 1916. Related: Funnier; funniest. Funny farm "mental hospital" is slang from 1962. Funny bone "elbow end of the humerus" is 1826; funnies "newspaper comic strips" is from 1852.