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a bundle of fun (or laughs)

Definition of a bundle of fun or laughs in English:

informal , often ironic An extremely amusing or entertaining person or thing: you’re a bundle of laughs this evening
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  • Manic depression might not be a bundle of laughs, but an hour in the company of a Coked-up Carrie Fisher certainly is.
  • I mean, it's obviously not a bundle of laughs and you don't go round kicking up your heels and thinking, tra la-la, how lovely.
  • Bremner apart, it wasn't exactly a bundle of laughs for the delegates.
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