a load of nonsense

a load of nonsense

Exaggerated, foolish, or untruthful talk. Personally, I think the notion of "love at first sight" is a load of nonsense.
See also: load, nonsense, of

a load of (old) ˈrubbish, ˈnonsense, etc.

(informal) nonsense; worthless: Don’t bother to watch that film. It’s a load of old rubbish.
See also: load, of
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THE Taoiseach yesterday branded laws governing the Mahon Tribunal as a load of nonsense.
In my view it's just a load of nonsense and a recipe for more nonsense.
I'm sure there are lots of managers up and down the country who have had their teams in earlier than my team so it's no boot camp, that's a load of nonsense.
blar and blaring her and talking a load of nonsense to fill this text box.