Laugh-In (1968-1973) is a comedy-variety show that was extremely popular in the late sixties and early seventies. It was on NBC, and it was filmed in beautiful downtown Burbank. The hosts were Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, the announcer was Gary Owens, and among the regulars were Goldie Hawn, Ruth Buzzi, Alan Sues, Arte Johnson, and Lily Tomlin. The show was predominantly anti-Vietnam War, and it included a bunch of sexual gags and drug-related jokes. Some famous phrases came, such as "You bet your sweet bippy," "Here comes the Judge," and "Sock it to me." There were women with jokes painted on their bodies, men wearing raincoats and riding on trikes, a German soldier, and a bunch of celebrity guests.
Hardcore Bubbles (from the Powerpuff Girls): Laugh-In so whooped Monty Python's ass!

A-Bomb: Monty Python whooped Laugh-In's ass!
von Big Sexy 7. April 2004
A colloquial slang word, used commonly in the Runcorn area of liverpool, to signal happyness or contentment.

Also used to signify understanding between two people without having to become too emotional i.e hugging, weeping in each others arms.
'Meet me at the co-op in a bit? Laughins'

'Oh you want more? Laughings then'

'Me and peahead are laughins now'
von KatehFlute 5. Juli 2007

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