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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WHAT a load of nonsense! What a load of hilarious, silly, enjoyable nonsense which kept me laughing from start to finish.
QPR 0 MAN UNITED 2 TONY Fernandes has branded reports Harry Redknapp faces the sack at QPR as "a load of nonsense", accoring to the manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson dismissed as "a load of nonsense" reports that Gary Neville will retire at the end of the season.
"It's just a load of nonsense. But it's something that inspires you to go out there and chuck it back at them."
THE Taoiseach yesterday branded laws governing the Mahon Tribunal as a load of nonsense.
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THE best selling author in the Midlands has just produced his 40th book - and he hopes A Load of Nonsense will soon be disappearing off the shelves.
What a load of nonsense! There are hundreds of cases like Mr James' all over the country.
I think the whole high-low business is a load of nonsense. I don't pay attention to it, and I never have.
"What a load of nonsense. What about the Scots and Irish, who have been a target for jokes in dressing-rooms since soccer began?
DERBY manager Paul Jewell has described reports of him instilling a boot camp mentality at the club as "a load of 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.
"The politicians all just speak a load of nonsense and I think other people are going to be jealous of us here by May 1."