get a kick out of sth

get a kick out of sth ,
get a charge out of sth
get a bang out of sth
(to find something very amusing, or to derive pleasure from something; be excited by sth and enjoy it very much; get a feeling of excitement from, get a thrill from something) — получать кайф, кайфовать, ловить кайф от чего-л.; тащиться (разг., сл.), прикалываться к чему-л (в значении интересовать, нравиться)

Example 1: Oh I get a real kick out of Dan's comedy routine.

Example 2: Yeah, I'm sure she got a real kick out of seeing Shelly lose her hair after Shelly stole her boyfriend.

Get a bang out of and get a charge out of sth allude to the jolt of an electrical charge.

I get a bang out of taking the kids to the amusement park. (The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer)

get a bang out of sth is a somewhat dated (?) expression, not really used that much anymore. Probably seen more often is I get a kick out of something, as in the Cole Porter song I get a kick out of you, meaning you really thrill me. It does mean to really enjoy something, but the connotation is that you get a thrill from something; it really affects you.

Cf:
[crack up over sth]
Note: 'cracking up' can only be used with the first meaning of 'to get a kick out of something'. Granted, to laugh over something is usually to derive pleasure from something, but it doesn't quite have the same connotation as the context with which the idiom 'to get a kick out of something' is used in the second example.

Related vocabulary:
[тащиться от чего-л.]
[get off on sth]
[dig sth]