have fun


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have fun

to experience enjoyment. Please forget your problems and have fun.
See also: fun, have
References in classic literature ?
Then he made a calm announcement: "There's two of 'em--little ones--but they 're beginnin' t' have fun with me now.
We have fun at practice, sometimes a little too much.
Taking the time to have fun and relax allows ideas to incubate and creativity to flow.
The ability to have fun is both an art and a talent.
Even though I do like to have fun, I take everything I do really seriously and the accent was probably the hardest thing for me to develop.
But most of the bigger websites are created in order to help other people do stuff, like write e-mails to their friends, read articles about different subjects, find answers to their questions, buy gifts for people or have fun playing games.
I encourage you to have fun, but not so much fun that you accept unnecessary risk.
This foot-to-floor ride-on lets kids have fun while bouncing up and down.
Then, mistakes don't happen as much and you have fun.
In 50 words or less, provide your family's tip for having fun, beginning with the phrase: "My family's favorite way to have fun together is .