Main Entry: fun-cle
Pronunciation: fun- kul
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): fun-cle
Etymology: Modern Pop-Culture English, adjoining of fun and uncle, from Modern English fun and uncle; the fun uncle, first used by “Mighty” Mike McGee
Date: 20th century

1 : the male family member most liked by the offspring of his sibling(s); usually due to their generosity and or easy-going nature. The fun uncle.

By Mighty Mike McGee

I am a poet and a humorist. I have many siblings, niblings and giblets. I enjoy Scrabble and coercing people to think and laugh.

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