It isnt only that funny bone in my back; but my ankles are breaking right offso now!
In doing so he omitted the funny bone, and my arm has been this way ever since.
Solomon (flippantly) "With pleasure, my dear, so long as it's a funny bone!"
After a while he got the Major's funny bone located, and then all was well.
I was just holding it over the stove to warm it, when my chum hit the funny bone of my elbow.
Inin that funny bone that goes up and down my back, sobbed Dot.
They were a sight that couldn't fail to stimulate the funny bone.
This is anything but martial in appearance and seems to affect their funny bone as it does mine.
E cannot be complete in aughtWho is not humorously prone,— A man without a merry thoughtCan hardly have a funny bone.
Did you ever know why they call that thing in your elbow the funny bone?
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.