Crazy Bone

A. Maberry maberry at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Sun Nov 26 17:53:40 UTC 2000

Same here, growing up in Portland, OR. I can't recall anyone using "funny
bone" for the elbow.

maberry at

On Sun, 26 Nov 2000, sagehen wrote:

> >Groing up in the west (N. Cal) the elbow was always a "crazy bone".  The
> >"funny bone" was what got tickled when you heard something amusing and
> >laughed, eg:  "Bob and Ray really tickle my funnybone!"
> >
> >Ray Ott
> ----------
> Same here, growing up in Nebraska in the thirties & forties. ( Had to wait
> a couple of decades for the effect of Bob & Ray!)
> A. Murie
> A&M Murie
> N. Bangor NY
> sagehen at

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