|facetious, humorous, playful; mocking, jeering, joking, bantering; ridicule||jesting|
|(Internet Slang) go meet some friends and develop some outside interests! (used to ridicule people who spend large amounts of time using computers or the Internet)||GAL (get a life)|
|(Slang) make a stupid mistake, make a mess of; waste time; act in a playful or foolish manner, (Slang) stupid person, fool; stupid mistake, blunder, botch, make mistake, unintelligent person||goof|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|absurd and mixed up, comical; mocking; ludicrous, absurd; resembling a farce, in style of farce||farcical|
|absurd humorous poetry, nonsense||nonsense verse|
|absurdity, ludicrousness, preposterousness, state of being worthy of ridicule||ridiculousness|
|absurdly, ludicrously, laughably, in a manner that is worthy of ridicule||ridiculously|
|act lewd; behave wildly; waste irresponsibly, be wanton, desiring to do harm, excessive, lewd or lascivious person; pampered person; one who is flirtatious, lush, playful, random, sexually indiscriminate, somebody growing unruly, somebody playful, some...||wanton|
|act of laughing; sound which expresses amusement (or scorn, etc.); something which amuses or causes laughter, bring to particular state by laughing, make a noise like laughter, make a sound which expresses amusement (or scorn, etc.); ridicule, make fun...||laugh|
|act of ridiculing or mocking a person (or institution, etc.)||lampooning|
|act of teasing, arouse physical desire without giving satisfaction, backcomb, deliberately annoy or irritate, make fun of somebody, make hair look thicker, one who mocks or taunts; act of mocking; annoyance, nuisance, person who teases sexually, persua...||tease|
|act of wiping (in order to clean or erase, etc.); handkerchief or rag; small disposable towel moistened with soapy liquid; blow; mocking statement, gibe; scene shift that appears to be one scene pushing another off the screen, apply something with ligh...||wipe|
|act or process of leaving the ground, act of jumping or leaping; ascent of an aircraft, act of becoming airborne; parody, humorous imitation, caricature (Informal), beginning of flight, beginning of jump, point of rapid growth||takeoff|
|adorn, decorate, ornament; decorate oneself, dandify oneself, dress up, decorate or display ostentatiously, practical joke, mischievous deed, playful act||prank|
|agreeable conversation, joke, jest; humorous act; laughter, mirth, polite remark, witty remark||pleasantry|
|amorous behavior, competitive physical activity, derision, enjoy yourself, for informal wear, for sporting activities, form of address, frolic, play; engage in sports; ridicule; trifle, joke, tease; show off, display ostentatiously, gambler, game, athl...||sport|
|amusing or interesting, humorous||entertaining|
|amusing satire, deceive, hoax, parody, mocking imitation; hoax, swindle, mockingly imitate; fool, satirize||spoof|
|amusing story, amusing remark, causing laughter, amusing; strange; suspicious; ridiculous; joking, comical, joke, newspaper comic strips, tricky, unconventional, unwell||funny|
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