Mary," said she, "I wish you had gone with us, for we had such fun
! As we went along, Kitty and I drew up the blinds, and pretended there was nobody in the coach; and I should have gone so all the way, if Kitty had not been sick; and when we got to the George, I do think we behaved very handsomely, for we treated the other three with the nicest cold luncheon in the world, and if you would have gone, we would have treated you too.
And if she goes against it Peter will too--the ninny!--and it wouldn't be any fun
if we weren't all in it."
!--fun!" repeated Nancy, indignantly, "I guess it'll be somethin' more than fun
for that blessed child--when them two tries ter live tergether; and I guess she'll be a-needin' some rock ter fly to for refuge.
When he had eaten all he wanted he would have what he called fun
with the colts, throwing stones and sticks at them to make them gallop.
There is much life and fun
and jollity and some vulgarity in Pickwick.
"Don't see how Sydney does the steering so well; but it must be fun
; and, by Jupiter!
"Which ain't fun
, I'm tellin' you, when they stiffen up."
I have billiards at home, but it's no fun
unless you have good players, so, as I'm fond of it, I come sometimes and have a game with Ned Moffat or some of the other fellows."
Still he could not bear to give up the fun
at Widow Douglas'.
"Would you call it fun
to see poor little Dora fall down the steps and get hurt?"
We've been at it some time now, and it's great fun
. Our people like it, and I think we are a pretty canny set."
"Why, you stupid rascal, it is more fun
this way," returned the King, "and it serves to keep me amused for a long time."