rib-tickler

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rib-tick·ling

 (rĭb′tĭk′lĭng)
adj. Slang
Causing much laughter; very amusing: rib-tickling entertainment.

rib′-tick′ler n.
rib′-tick·ling·ly adv.

rib-tickler

n
a very amusing joke or story
Translations

rib-tickler

[ˈrɪbˈtɪkləʳ] N (Brit) → chiste m desternillante

rib-tickler

n (hum inf) it’s a real rib-ticklerdas ist die reinste Zwerchfellmassage (inf)
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As the comedy king heads to Cardiff for a string of arena dates, we dig out some of his best rib-ticklers "My wife said to me, 'I'm fed up with you being so lazy.
In the first of a new series, he get a chance to deliver more camp rib-ticklers along with the queen of foul-mouthed Geordie anecdotes Sarah Millican, and arguably the third funniest Russell on the comedy circuit, Russell Kane.
In the first of a new series, he get a chance to deliver more camp rib-ticklers along with the queen of foulmouthed Geordie anecdotes Sarah Millican, and arguably the third funniest Russell on the comedy circuit, Russell Kane.
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Comics could be tucking into BBQ rib-ticklers, cheese and tickle sandwiches, pulled leg of lamb followed by deadpan-cakes and gooseberry fool.
Unfortunately, too many restaurants serve them festooned in fat and gristle - but these specific rib-ticklers more than tickled my fancy.
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If your game didn't go as planned, try a couple of these rib-ticklers out for size.
The comedy troupe's 1979 box office hit Life of Brian topped a poll of the biggest rib-ticklers of all time compiled by Total Film magazine.
There were several rib-ticklers but in a photo-finish I've given the nod to Mr J Gove, from Alloa .
As well as men with hands like hammers to lead the applause, there were chatouilleurs, rib-ticklers whose business was to get the audience giggling, and women who were paid to burst into tears and even fall down in faints at the heart-stopping moments in melodrama.