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Crack Someone Up

When you say you ‘Crack Someone Up’, you mean that you are making them laugh.

Example of use: “I really cracked him up with that joke about the sailors.”

Interesting fact about Crack Someone Up

The expression ‘crack someone up’ comes from Gaelic, in which the word craic, pronounced crack, refers to fun.

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