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Since "funny bone""funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor, would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

Since "funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor, would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

Since "funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor, would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

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Since "funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocatingcollocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor'humor, would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

A funny bone meaning the sense of humor

Since "funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor', would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

Having no funny bone, meaning the sense of humor

Since "funny bone" may also mean an inclination to laughter or the sense of humor, what may the phrase denoting the lack of those be, collocating with the "funny bone" idiom?

For example, speaking about someone lacking the sense of humor, would it be "He has no funny bone", or "He has his funny bone broken/missing", or "he's lost his funny bone", or what else might it be?

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