Among Harry's unconscious usages of magic, there is the time when he turned the wig of a teacher blue and the time when Aunt Petunia wanted to force a particularly ugly sweater of Dudley's on him, and as she was trying to put it on Harry, the sweater started to shrink smaller and smaller until it would have perhaps fit a baby or dog but not him. Fortunately, she decided she must have accidentally put the sweater into the washing machine on a program with too hot water, causing the fabric to shrink, rather than punish Harry for it.
Towards the beginning, Dudley tells Harry that they stuff people's heads down the toilet on the first day of Stonewall High and asks him if he wants to practice. Harry's response is 'No thanks, the poor toilet's never had anything as horrible as your head down it - it might be sick," and then runs away before Dudley can work out what he said.
A small one from Dudley, regarding the Hogwarts letters (also notable as it's probably his most civil moment with Harry in the first book):
"Who on Earth wants to talk to you this badly?"
"While he drove, Uncle Vernon complained to Aunt Petunia. He liked to complain about things: people at work, Harry, the council, Harry, the bank, and Harry were just a few of his favorite subjects. This morning, it was motorcycles."
"MOTORCYCLES DON'T FLY!"
From the Stephen Fry audiobook, the sound he makes when Harry steps on Vernon's face as he's camping by the front door.
"Uncle Vernon made another funny noise, like a mouse being trodden on."
Doubles as Hilarious in Hindsight, but early in the book when Vernon is intimidated by Hagrid he whimpers something that sounds like "Mimblewimble". Guess what? It's an actual spell.
It's a small one, but nonetheless the scene where Hagrid is in Gringotts and reaches into his pocket to find Harry's key only to come up with a bunch of dog biscuits counts.
Made even funnier when you realise that those biscuits are meant for Fluffy; i.e., a giant three-headed monster dog.
Harry, on the "last day of August" (31 August) finally bites the bullet and asks Uncle Vernon if they can take him to King's Cross the next day so he can catch his train to Hogwarts. Vernon begrudgingly agrees, citing that they had to go to London anyway to get "(Dudley's) ruddy tail removed before he goes to Smeltings." Now, keep in mind when Dudley got that tail in the first place - when Hagrid first appeared and Vernon made the mistake of pushing Hagrid's Berserk Button. All this was back on Harry's eleventh birthday - 31 July - which means that at this point Dudley's been walking around with a pig's tail growing out of his bum for a month.
Vocabulary lessons with Hagrid:
Harry: I never know, what's the difference between a stalagmite and a stalactite?
Hagrid: "Stalagmite's" got an 'M' in it.
The Weasley twins at the beginning.
"Don't cry, Ginny. We'll send you loads of owls.—"
"We'll send you a Hogwarts toilet seat!"
"Only joking, Mum."
Even funnier is that it's a callback to an earlier funny moment. Mrs. Weasley makes it clear that she wants the twins to behave this year, leading to her warning them "If I get one owl that you've... blown up a toilet or something..." This cues them to respond that they've never done that before, and are grateful for the suggestion.
Dumbledore: "I believe your friends Misters Fred and George Weasley were responsible for trying to send you a lavatory seat. No doubt they thought it would amuse you. Madam Pomfrey, however, thought it might not be very hygienic, and confiscated it."
Dumbledore's Chocolate Frog card: "Professor Dumbledore enjoys chamber music and ten pin bowling." Best. Mental. Image. Ever.
After Ron meets Hermione for the first time, he comments, "Whatever House I'm in, I hope she's not in it." Of course, not only does Hermione end up in Gryffindor with him, but the epilogue in the seventh book reveals that she eventually becomes his wife, meaning that Ron will live in the same house as Hermione for the rest of their lives!
Realizing that Fred and George jinxed snowballs to hit Quirrell's turban, and that they were unknowingly smacking Voldemort in the face!! You can just imagine Voldemort under the turban going "don't blow your cover, don't blow your cover, don't blow your—" *SMACK*
When Harry gets the idea to have Charlie Weasley take Norbert off of their hands, he first launches the idea by glancing at Ron and muttering "Charlie". Ron's response?
"Now you're losing it too. I'm Ron, remember?"
After Hagrid tells Harry and Hermione that he's given Norbert a teddy bear:
From inside the crate came ripping noises that sounded to Harry as though the teddy was having his head torn off.
Harry tells Ron and Hermione that Snape is going to be the referee for the following match.
He originally lost his taste for them after an unfortunate encounter with a vomit-flavored one.
From the film:
When Hagrid knocks the door off its hinges: "Sorry 'bout that!"
And he does it in the most casual tone possible.
Also when he's accidentally telling them loads of information about the Stone. "I shouldn'ta told you that! I should not have told you that!"
In a deleted scene, Hagrid confirming for Harry that the gloves he needs for school are indeed made of dragon-hide:
Harry: 'One pair of dragon-hide gloves.' Hagrid, do they mean from a real dragon?
Hagrid: Well, they don't mean a penguin, do they?
When Dumbledore announces that the third-floor corridor is out-of-bounds to anyone who "does not wish to die a most painful death" (and does so in the same businesslike way he handles all of the other announcements), the other students whisper amongst each other in curiosity. Meanwhile, Harry's face is pure WTF. It's #1 on this list.
Before McGonagall can even place the Sorting Hat on Malfoy's head, the hat shouts "SLYTHERIN!" with no hesitation.
Hermione's reaction to Harry and Ron arriving late to Transfiguration.
McGonagall's reaction to them arriving late. I bet she's thinking: "Oh, I am a cat and they are late! I love this! Transform!"
Rupert Grint's delivery of the way he mimics Hermione after Charms class. Done much better than in the book.
"It's Levi-OOOOOOHHH-sa, not Levio-SAAH"
And from the same scene, Seamus establishes his distinctive Running Gag.