gigglesome

gigglesome

(ˈɡɪɡəlsʌm)
adj
having a tendency to giggle
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She swallowed, after a little gigglesome mental preparation, a single Lindisfarne oyster, beautifully presented on a dish of something gravelly and with a little garnish of red wine vinegar and shallot.
Neath Comedy Festival, Duke of Wellington, Neath (tomorrow-Thursday)[bar] NOW in its third year, the Neath Comedy Festival has come up with the gigglesome goods once again.
The third in The Mudcrusts series is out and it is as mightily gigglesome as the first two.
Conquest sent them both limericks quite gigglesome in their obscenity.
Steve's made of strong stuff - he's got the task of getting the gigglesome gals to the Sweet Night under-16s night at Tall Trees near Yarm.
His gigglesome, over-the-top performance earns the video its one star.