I daresay it would be real good fun
, now that I come to think of it.
Shaw peeped in, and seeing Polly flying about with band-aged eyes, joined in the fun to puzzle her.
uttered, and the train in motion, Tom suddenly produced a knobby little bundle, and thrusting it in at the window, while he hung on in some breakneck fashion, said, with a droll mixture of fun and feeling in his face, "It 's horrid; but you wanted it, so I put it in to make you laugh.
Won't it be fun
to see them in print, and shan't we feel proud of our authoress?
It was a merry supper, and the two elder boys added much to the fun
by tormenting the rest with dark hints of some interesting event which was about to occur.
I want to enjoy the fun of transforming the rest of these people into ornaments.
Very soon, now, my fun will be over, and then for amusement I shall have nothing to do but admire my new ornaments.
The best destinations this shopping season for children are their favourite neighbourhood playgrounds -- Fun
City and Fun
Dr George Redmonds, of Lepton, local historian and internationally renowned wordsmith, made the surprising discovery that fun
only gained its modern meaning in recent history and has sent me the entry from the proposed glossary he is researching that deals with fun
:"The noun has not been found earlier than a.
Sunday's 5k Big Fun
Run R Newcastle at the Town Moor saw people running for charity, running for fitness and running for fun
8220;Over the course of our nearly 30 years of experience, we have learned that in today's fast-paced world, people still want the simple pleasures of a day at the park and having fun
together,” said Al Stonehouse, President and CEO of Wheel Fun
Liverpool One set out on a search for the most fun
loving youngsters in the region.