Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar



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Do you mean something funny that’s amusing, or something funny that’s strange?: Gore Vidal: You can see it in the career of Woody Allen, who was wildly funny. Kopkind: Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar? (1938+)

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