Funniest Word Ever!!!

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    rhtrulesposted 13 years ago

    Lets start with the funniest word or sentence you have ever deal with.
    You can post as many times as you can
    The funniest word from my side is-
    YoYo smile

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    rhtrulesposted 13 years ago

    Well where are you all the people???
    Come and participate dudes...

  3. saleheensblog profile image60
    saleheensblogposted 13 years ago

    the funniest word should be funniest

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      rhtrulesposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for reply buddy

  4. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 13 years ago

    I know a lot of little kids find the words, "nincompoop" and "knucklehead" hilarious.  I suppose I can see that.

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      DoorMattnomoreposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      hahahhaaaa I suppose Im immature...those make me laugh too. Or wingnut, Nimrod, I also think dribble is pretty funny.

      1. Rochelle Frank profile image90
        Rochelle Frankposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        My neighbor has a cat named Nimrod -- which is actually a Biblical name for a mighty hunter. He (the cat, not the neighbor) is a good gopher catcher.

        When I think of the word 'sport' I think of a big drip of water falling into a full sink.-- kind of the opposite of dribble.

  5. saleheensblog profile image60
    saleheensblogposted 13 years ago


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    Stevennix2001posted 13 years ago

    egg head!

  7. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 13 years ago

    I once called someone an ignoramus, and the person I was with went into a fit of laughter - so maybe that's a funny word?

    Bloviate is kind of funny (maybe)..

  8. SognoPiccolo profile image59
    SognoPiccoloposted 13 years ago

    I once made my sister so mad she went to ask why I had such an attitude and she managed to say ah-key-tude instead... didn't make a whole lot of sense but it was funny to laugh at her for it.... I know a few other words that are hilarious but are not PG. lol

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      DoorMattnomoreposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      mixed up words are funny to, ex. muddy boots=buddy moots. Well, I have to be very caerful when saying "pop corn". Not PG I guess, but pretty funny anyway.

  9. timorous profile image82
    timorousposted 13 years ago

    When they were young lads, my brothers used to refer to diarrhea as "sploopy pops".  Much more descriptive, I think. big_smile
    Sorry if you were having a nice cup of tea or something just then. neutral

    Spoonerisms can be fun, as DoorMattnomore suggested.  How about 'cunning stunts'?  Oh,'s a family show, I forgot.

  10. SandyMcCollum profile image64
    SandyMcCollumposted 13 years ago

    I always thought the word, "word" was funny sounding.

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    rhtrulesposted 13 years ago

    The word-'Hulalala' also sounds amazingly fuuny :0

  12. thirdmillenium profile image59
    thirdmilleniumposted 13 years ago

    The 100 Funniest Words in English ( lifted from a website by an expert pliagriser)

    Abibliophobia The fear of running out of reading material.
    Absquatulate To leave or abscond with something.
    Allegator Some who alleges.
    Anencephalous Lacking a brain.
    Argle-bargle A loud row or quarrel.
    Batrachomyomachy Making a mountain out of a molehill.
    Billingsgate Loud, raucous profanity.
    Bloviate To speak pompously or brag.
    Blunderbuss A gun with a flared muzzle or disorganized activity.
    Borborygm A rumbling of the stomach.
    Boustrophedon A back and forth pattern.
    Bowyang A strap that holds the pants legs in place.
    Brouhaha An uproar.
    Bumbershoot An umbrella.
    Callipygian Having an attractive rear end or nice buns.
    Canoodle To hug and kiss.
    Cantankerous Testy, grumpy.
    Catercornered Diagonal(ly).
    Cockalorum A small, haughty man.
    Cockamamie Absurd, outlandish.
    Codswallop Nonsense, balderdash.
    Collop A slice of meat or fold of flab.
    Collywobbles Butterflies in the stomach.
    Comeuppance Just reward, just deserts.
    Crapulence Discomfort from eating or drinking too much.
    Crudivore An eater of raw food.
    Discombobulate To confuse.
    Donnybrook An melee, a riot.
    Doozy Something really great.
    Dudgeon A bad mood, a huff.
    Ecdysiast An exotic dancer, a stripper.
    Eructation A burp, belch.
    Fard Face-paint, makeup.
    Fartlek An athletic training regime.
    Fatuous Unconsciously foolish.
    Filibuster Refusal to give up the floor in a debate to prevent a vote.
    Firkin A quarter barrel or small cask.
    Flibbertigibbet Nonsense, balderdash.
    Flummox To exasperate.
    Folderol Nonsense.
    Formication The sense of ants crawling on your skin.
    Fuddy-duddy An old-fashioned, mild-mannered person.
    Furbelow A fringe or ruffle.
    Furphy A portable water-container.
    Gaberlunzie A wandering beggar.
    Gardyloo! A warning shouted before throwing water from above.
    Gastromancy Telling fortune from the rumblings of the stomach.
    Gazump To buy something already promised to someone else.
    Gobbledygook Nonsense, balderdash.
    Gobemouche A highly gullible person.
    Godwottery Nonsense, balderdash.
    Gongoozle To stare at, kibitz.
    Gonzo Far-out journalism.
    Goombah An older friend who protects you.
    Hemidemisemiquaver A musical timing of 1/64.
    Hobbledehoy An awkward or ill-mannered young boy.
    Hocus-pocus Deceitful sleight of hand.
    Hoosegow A jail or prison.
    Hootenanny A country or folk music get-together.
    Jackanapes A rapscallion, hooligan.
    Kerfuffle Nonsense, balderdash.
    Klutz An awkward, stupid person.
    La-di-da An interjection indicating that something is pretentious.
    Lagopodous Like a rabbit's foot.
    Lickety-split As fast as possible.
    Lickspittle A servile person, a toady.
    Logorrhea Loquaciousness, talkativeness.
    Lollygag To move slowly, fall behind.
    Malarkey Nonsense, balderdash.
    Maverick A loner, someone outside the box.
    Mollycoddle To treat too leniently.
    Mugwump An independent politician who does not follow any party.
    Mumpsimus An outdated and unreasonable position on an issue.
    Namby-pamby Weak, with no backbone.
    Nincompoop A foolish person.
    Oocephalus An egghead.
    Ornery Mean, nasty, grumpy.
    Pandiculation A full body stretch.
    Panjandrum Someone who thinks himself high and mighty.
    Pettifogger A person who tries to befuddle others with his speech.
    Pratfall A fall on one's rear.
    Quean A disreputable woman.
    Rambunctious Aggressive, hard to control.
    Ranivorous Frog-eating
    Rigmarole Nonsense, unnecessary complexity.
    Shenanigan A prank, mischief.
    Sialoquent Spitting while speaking.
    Skedaddle To hurry somewhere.
    Skullduggery No good, underhanded dealing.
    Slangwhanger A loud abusive speaker or obnoxious writer.
    Smellfungus A perpetual pessimist.
    Snickersnee A long knife.
    Snollygoster A person who can't be trusted.
    Snool A servile person.
    Tatterdemalion A child in rags.
    Troglodyte Someone or something that lives in a cave.
    Turdiform Having the form of a lark.
    Unremacadamized Having not been repaved with macadam.
    Vomitory An exit or outlet.
    Wabbit Exhausted, tired, worn out.
    Widdershins In a contrary or counterclockwise direction.
    Yahoo A rube, a country bumpkin.
    @ The "at" sign.

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      rhtrulesposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Oh my god you are more faster than speed of light.
      No need for speed more smile

    2. lorlie6 profile image72
      lorlie6posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I got out of breath reading your post-good stuff!

    3. couturepopcafe profile image60
      couturepopcafeposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I think I am one of those.  And quit making fun of my relatives.  Goombah is American English for Compare or Godfather.  When said with an Italian accent, the e is usually dropped and the c sounds like g.  I got two bruttas an an uncle who can break ya kneecaps foya and tro ya in da east riva.

  13. sim0n30 profile image61
    sim0n30posted 13 years ago

    i have always thought purple was a funny word.

  14. Fenixfan profile image76
    Fenixfanposted 13 years ago

    I like

    Fanny (as in rear end)
    and... Jejunum (seriously who thinks those words up?)

  15. ddsurfsca profile image71
    ddsurfscaposted 13 years ago

    fiddle faddle



    tree hugger

  16. Diane Inside profile image72
    Diane Insideposted 13 years ago

    I used to fix this little girls hair for her by pulling it back in a pony tail and curling the ends.

    but one day she didn't want this so she said.

    " I don't want my curly tail poned."

    what she should have said.

    " I don't want my pony tail curled."

    I laughed about that one for days, too funny.

  17. ddsurfsca profile image71
    ddsurfscaposted 13 years ago

    mixed company     do we do it with a spoon   
                        or are they confused?

  18. Claudin_Dayo profile image59
    Claudin_Dayoposted 13 years ago

    funniest word? mmmm how bout vuvuzela? big_smile

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    mega1posted 13 years ago


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      mega1posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I still think booger can't be beat!

  27. prettydarkhorse profile image62
    prettydarkhorseposted 13 years ago

    Sketti (according to my baby) -- spaghetti

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    mega1posted 13 years ago


  29. J.R. Smith profile image58
    J.R. Smithposted 13 years ago


    1. Denise Handlon profile image86
      Denise Handlonposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      two thumbs up on this one.  smile

  30. seanorjohn profile image70
    seanorjohnposted 13 years ago


  31. Denise Handlon profile image86
    Denise Handlonposted 13 years ago

    I like how some words sound funny when you say them...the way they roll off your tongue.  Like: kumquat, kooky, oxymoron (just for the moron part of it, LOL)  despicable (especially the way Sylvester the Cat says it).

  32. evvy_09 profile image61
    evvy_09posted 13 years ago

    hippopotamus is a funny word especially after you have seen Big Daddy


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