a bunch of baloney

a bunch of baloney

Falsehoods, nonsense, or foolishness. Baloney in this sense might have originated from the word "blarney," which means flattering or nonsensical talk; more usually it refers to bologna sausage, which is blended from different meats, therefore implying content of inferior or dubious quality. Primarily heard in US. You're going to give me $5,000 if I sign the lease today? What a bunch of baloney.
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Told that Wimbledon bigwigs insist on the first Sunday off to "give the courts a rest," McEnroe responded: "That's a bunch of baloney.
QUETTA -- Studies suggesting that everything from cinnamon to lobster either raises or lowers a person's risk of cancer may sometimes be a bunch of baloney, a new report suggests.
What a bunch of baloney from twisted-Dubai and Tom.
Armineh Noravian, whose son was in Williams' class last year, was blunt, telling The New York Sun, "That's a bunch of baloney this guy is saying.
We've never heard of him (Offer), we've never heard of his movie, and it's all a bunch of baloney," the Farrelly brothers said in a joint statement from Boston.
Mary's co-director Peter Farrelly commented: "We've never heard of Offer, we've never heard of his movie and it's all a bunch of baloney.