funster

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funster

(ˈfʌnstə)
n
informal a joker; an entertainer
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Following claims that Funsters Play Factory, in Hendy, has closed, parents who had already paid deposits for their upcoming parties are now trying to claim refunds.
Funsters Fluffy and Flossie are along for the fun, Fairy Fran has some tasty treats to share and everyone's favourite dog Bonzo, has been making mischief too.
Along the way, they meet friends old and new, including those funsters Fluffy and Flossie, Fairy Fran flutters in, and their cheeky chum Bonzo is finding his inner cave dog and hunting the ultimate bone.
With character visits from Iggle Piggle and Upsy Daisy to interactive shows featuring the Octonauts and Andy's Dinosaurs and hosted by the ever enthusiastic Funsters dressed in their bright yellow and purple uniforms.
With character visits from Iggle Piggle and Upsy Daisy to interactive shows featuring the Octonauts and Andy's Dinosaurs, they are hosted by the ever-enthusiastic Funsters dressed in their bright yellow and purple uniforms.
Lurking in the wings are Geordie funsters Ant and Dec, who'll chat to the acts, hear their story and congratulate/console them after they've performed.
The sold–out crowd was made up almost entirely of late twentysomethings who packed the venue from the opening The sold–out crowd was made up almost entirely of late twentysomethings who packed the venue from the opening to catch ska–punk funsters Reel Big Fish's early slot.
ALTHOUGH those knockabout funsters Cameron and Miliband argue about everything, they agree that to bribe the Scots, Portsmouth should lose its dockyard.
Anglo-French clowns Emilion and Andreea Delbosq have been named as Best British Circus Clowns by the world's oldest and most respected organisation for professional funsters, Clowns International.
We're not famed funsters but we beat them," said a Badoo spokeswoman.
The charities to benefit are The Belle Vue Youth project, Central Correctors, Hartlepool Young Carers, NYPD, The Phoenix Funsters, The Rifty Youth Project and the Wharton Annexe.
Our House - featuring songs from 80s pop funsters Madness - won the 2003 Olivier Award for Best New Musical in the West End.