funster

funster

(ˈfʌnstə)
n
informal a joker; an entertainer
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Ertha Kitt, Tina Turner, and Cockney funster Davidson were just a few of the stars he had backed on the keyboards.
I'm not particularly a wacky funster. People also have a vision of me as a cricket-loving, Radio 4-listening, sort of Middle Englander.
Andrew Smith, left, won a contest to become the "Chief Funster" for New South Wales in Australia.
Her new mum and dad are Geoffrey Rush, as a funster who plays the accordion, and Emily Watson, whose stern attitudes cover the fact that she really does care.
Andrew Smith from the USA won the job as "chief funster" attending VIP parties and events in NSW, while Allan Dixon from Ireland was named the Northern Territory's Outback adventurer.
The post of chief funster for New South Wales went to Andrew Smith of the U.S.
Having already beaten 6 lakh applicants for the position of ' Chief Funster', she's keen to make it to the final interview stage.
These are, wildlife caretaker in South Australia, chief funster in New South Wales, park ranger in Queensland, taste master in Western Australia, outback adventurer in Northern Territory and lifestyle photographer in Melbourne, Victoria.
The six-month jobs, which include "Outback Adventurer" and "Chief Funster", attracted initial interest from more than 330,000 people from nearly 200 countries before applications closed late on Wednesday.
Summary: 40,000 people have applied for the "best jobs in the world" in Australia, six jobs are on offer including Outback Adventurer and Chief Funster.
There's also a job for a taste master in Western Australia - which involves visiting the state's many restaurants, pubs and vineyards - and a chief funster, who will review festivals and events in Sydney.