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Jo gave a despairing groan, and Meg laughed outright, while Beth let her bread burn as she watched the fun with interest.
Then he made a calm announcement: "There's two of 'em--little ones--but they 're beginnin' t' have fun with me now.
But we were careless and happy and full of fun, and enjoyed every minute of the day.
To be angry once in a while is really good fun, because it makes others so miserable.
But it won't be as good fun saying them alone as saying them to you.
They learned that it was when a steamer first tied to the bank that they had their fun.
As for Polychrome--the Rainbow's Daughter--and stupid little Button-Bright, they seem to have brought a new element of fun into these Oz stories, and I am glad I discovered them.
I think a little fun is all right; and there 's no need of making a talk, if, now and then, some one does run off like Carrie.
Step in, ma'am, and make yourself comfortable while we show you some fun.
This often makes very good fun, but it takes away from the truth and realness of his characters.
Ruby Gillis told Jane Andrews that she didn't understand half the things Gilbert Blythe said; he talked just like Anne Shirley did when she had a thoughtful fit on and for her part she didn't think it any fun to be bothering about books and that sort of thing when you didn't have to.
That is, it had been splendid at first; but later the fun went out of it because we found that Peter was, of malice prepense, allowing himself to be caught too easily, in order that he might have the pleasure of catching Felicity--which he never failed to do, no matter how tightly his eyes were bound.