From Hayatus Sahabah (The Lives of the Companions)

“Abu Huraira radiallaahu ‘anhu said: That the companions of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said to him, ‘O Messenger of Allaah! Do you utter the words that excite comically?’ The Prophet said, ‘I speak nothing but that which is true’ (i.e. That is while in a jovial mood I never tell a lie) [Tirmidhi Chapter of Shamail p 17]

Anas ibn Malik radiallaahu ‘anhu said: A man came to the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam and asked him to give him a camel to ride on. The Prophet said, ‘I will seat thee on the young one of a camel.’ The man said, ‘Of what use for me will a young one of a camel be?’ The Prophet replied, ‘These camels are but the young ones of the she camels.’ [Abu Nauim, Ibn Asakir in al Munyakhab Vol V p142]

Aisha radiallaahu ‘anhaa said: That she accompanied the Prophet on a certain journey. At that time she was a mere girl and was neither fat nor bulky. The Prophet asked the people to move on, and they marched ahead. Then the Prophet said to me, ‘Come on, let us have a race’. Aisha says that she ran and remained much ahead of him. The Prophet kept quiet for some time. Later on when Aisha grew fat and loose bodied, she forgot the previous incident. Again she accompanied the Prophet on some journey. The Prophet again asked the people to march ahead, and they moved ahead. Then the Prophet again asked her to have a race with him. This time the prophet defeated her and she lagged behind. Now the prophet laughed and said, ‘This is in reply to our previous defeat’ [Ahmad, Safwat al Safwah Vol I p68]

Anas radiallaahu ‘anhu said: That someone asked him if the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam made jovial remarks. Ibn Abbas replied in the affirmative. Then the man asked him to tell him what type of jovial remarks he indulged in. At this Ibn Abbas said, ‘Once the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam gave a very loose shirt to one of his wives and asked her to wear it and to praise Allaah. He further asked her to walk around pulling its ends or skirts as a bride does.’ [Ibn Asakir and al Kanz Vol IV p43]

Anas radiallaahu ‘anhu said: That the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said to him, ‘O man! Having two ears.’ [Al Bidayah Vol VI p46]

Numan ibn Bashir radiallaahu ‘anhu said: That Abu Bakr sought permission to enter the Prophet’s apartment. In the mean time he heard Aisha speaking in a louder voice that the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. When Abu Bakr entered the apartment, he caught Aisha and said, ‘Beware! Now on I should never see you speaking thus’. He wanted to slap her. The Prophet held Abu Bakr by the waist and thus saved Aisha. Abu Bakr went out angrily. When Abu Bakr had gone, the Prophet said to Aisha, ‘Well, how did I save you from the man’. After a few days absence Abu Bakr again sought permission, and saw that both the Prophet and Aisha were at peace. Then he said, ‘Let me enter in your peace as I had entered in your dispute’. The Prophet said, ‘We do so, we do so.’ [Al Bidayah Vol VI p46]

Hasan radiallaahu ‘anhu said: That a certain old woman came to the Prophet and requested him to pray to Allaah to make her enter paradise. The Prophet said, ‘O mother of so and so! No old woman shall enter into paradise’. The narrator says that on hearing this the old woman went back weeping. The Prophet said to the people around him to go and tell the old woman that she would not enter into paradise as an old woman. (Tirmidhi) Then he recited the verse:

“Verily we! We have created those (maidens) by a creation and have made them virgins, loving, of equal age” Qur’aan 56: 35-37.