But you'll no doubt have good fun
by the way, and fall in with many pleasant adventures."
"To be angry once in a while is really good fun
, because it makes others so miserable.
I daresay it would be real good fun
, now that I come to think of it.
We had very good fun
in the free meadows, galloping up and down and chasing each other round and round the field; then standing still under the shade of the trees.
Never a man to hide anything, some of his escapades became public, such as speeding, and of joy-rides in his big red motor-car down to San Jose with companions distinctly sporty--incidents that were narrated as good fun
and comically in the newspapers.
This often makes very good fun
, but it takes away from the truth and realness of his characters.
But it won't be as good fun
saying them alone as saying them to you.
"Done!" echoed Polly; and then they heard each other recite till both were perfect "That 's pretty good fun
," said Tom, joyfully, tossing poor Harkness away, and feeling that the pleasant excitement of companionship could lend a charm even to Latin Grammar.
"'Taint such good fun
, though, sir, for the folk as meets the coach, nor for we who has to go back with it next day.
It wasn't very good fun
for Dobbin--and, indeed, to be alone at Vauxhall, I have found, from my own experience, to be one of the most dismal sports ever entered into by a bachelor.
'Lots of money--old girl--pompous doctor--not a bad idea-- good fun
,' were the intelligible sentences which issued from his lips.
went the great scissors again while Tom was speaking, and he couldn't help feeling it was rather good fun
; Maggie would look so queer.