1) They played two of their older funnier songs.
2) They played two of their older, funnier songs.
3) They played two of their older and funnier songs
Is there a difference in the meanings?
In which case:
a) It is implied that all their older songs were funnier
and in which case:
b) It is implied that they played two of their funnier songs which
happened to be older
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