'You must live in a funny world,' he said.
'It's a funny old world - and people like Rose, well, they get mixed up in it.'
It'd be a funny old world, he reflected, if demons went round trusting one another.
Hercule Poirot, sitting frowning, looked as though he did not think it was such a funny world.
Not such a funny old world after all.
But then, it is, of course, a funny old world.
You know, politics is a funny world.
I find the things that people do and the way that people deal with their world enormously funny.
Who thought it was a 'funny old world'?
"It's a funny world," Toad said softly because he couldn't think of anything else.