Give me something to laugh about

The sound of laughing, the activity of laughing; the manifestation of joy or mirth of scorn.

Synonyms: laugh

Often used in the same context:
joy, smiles, laughing, humor, actor, comedy, excitement, joyous, laughs.

More general:
act, human action, human activity, utterance.

More specific:
belly laugh, cackle, chortle, chuckle, giggle, guffaw, ha-ha, haw-haw, hee-haw, horselaugh,
snicker, snigger, snort, titter.

Appears in the definition of:
amusing, blackguard, comic, comical, convulse, derision, double, double over, double up,
express joy, express mirth, funny, guy, hebephrenic, hilarious, humour, jest at, laughable,
laughably, laughingly, ludicrously, make fun, mirthful, poke fun, preposterously, rib, ridicule,
ridiculously, risible, schizophrenic, screaming, thoriated, tickle, tickling, tingling, titillating,
tittering, uproarious, wit, witticism, wittiness.

Humor is the quality of being funny!

Often used in the same context:
comedy, laughter, humorous, jokes

humour, mood, sense of humor, sense of humour, temper, wit, witticism, wittiness.

More general:
bodily fluid, body fluid, content, feeling, fun, gratify, indulge, liquid body substance,
message, pander, playfulness, quality, subject matter, substance.

More specific:
amiability, black bile, blood, bon mot, caricature, cartoon, caustic remark, choler, gag,
good humor, good humour, good temper, ill humor, ill humour, imitation, impersonation, irony,
jape, jest, jeu d'esprit, joke, laugh, melancholy, play, repartee, ribaldry, sarcasm, satire,
sketch, sport, sulk, sulkiness, wheeze, yak, yellow bile.