to get a buzz out of

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - get a buzz out of

"to get a buzz out of"

to get some humor from someone or something


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - get a buzz out of

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Is Alex coming to the party tonight?

Friend 2:  I believe so.  Why?

Friend 1:  He tells some of the funniest stories.  I always get a real buzz out of them.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - get a buzz out of

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  Come over here and watch John.

Colleague 2:  Why? What's going on?

Colleague 1:  I've electrified his chair. It should be hilarious when he sits down.

Colleague 2:  You certainly do get a buzz out of playing practical jokes.

to get a buzz out of - Usage:


to get a buzz out of - Gerund Form:

Getting a buzz out of watching the monkeys at the zoo is why we take our kids to see them.

to get a buzz out of - Examples:

1)  I live in the western world. I get a buzz out of consuming. I adore pawing at pretty clothes.

2)  They get a buzz out of breaking things will never attempt to make the grey city into artistic haven ...

3)  I get a buzz out of filming because you get to make, build and bring the idea to ...

4)  Many famous people get a buzz out of being noticed.

5)  I get a buzz out of simply doing the things that she likes. Do what brings joy.

6)  I get a buzz out of creating enjoyment for others. 

7)  I get a buzz out of watching players replicate what we've been talking about.

8)  If there is something you get a buzz out of doing and that other people need, think about whether you would benefit ...

9)  I love the feeling of doing a good day's work. I get a buzz out of seeing patients recover and making a difference. I enjoy the challenge.

10)  Joking apart, I do get a buzz out of buying shoes and clothes. It might be sad, but it's ...

11)  Why? because it's all that one can get a buzz out of when one is lacking a heart.

12)  I get a buzz out of challenging self-serving media or political narratives when it comes to legal matters.

13)  Because they can, and they get a buzz out of the reaction, even when the victim is plainly offended or embarrassed.

14)  Actors claim they get a buzz out of shooting action scenes, ...

15)  I get a buzz out of being honest. It's like a drug to me.

16)  I get a buzz out of people reading my blogposts, so, agreeing with another point made above ...

17)  We quite readily accept that some people get a buzz out of the adrenaline rush produced by sky diving, bungee jumping, white water ...

18)  ... so that kind of fandom puzzles me. I get a buzz out of the fact that he has brushed past me, and from knowing people ...

19)  Aside from these things I enjoy designing. I get a buzz out of the combination of design and sport.

20)  But your students might get a buzz out of making up their own terms.