a load of rubbish

a load of rubbish

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

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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Summary: David Hasselhoff has dismissed tabloid rumours that he is being replaced on Britain's Got Talent as a load of rubbish.
ACTOR Philip Clark knew his one-man show was a load of rubbish.
The song was such a load of rubbish I thought it stood a good chance of winning.
A LOAD of rubbish proved a show-stopper for fashion lovers.
Tommy's mum, Margaret Murray, added: "What a load of rubbish - we couldn't believe our eyes.
The exhibition as a whole has been designed to be recyclable and is part of the centre's half-term activities, What a load of Rubbish, which runs from October 21-29.
I don't know where those stories came from but it was a load of rubbish
I feel someone should point out what a load of rubbish this recycling fiasco is, being conducted under the so-called auspices of conservation.
The Severn Stoke trainer seethed: "It's a load of rubbish - the horse is green and needs to be settled properly.
But then I think how we just can't be consistent, it's always yay for Everton, then what a load of rubbish, yay for Everton, then what a load of rubbish.
I TOTALLY disagree with both JW of Washington and AN of Newcastle who refer to Strictly Come Dancing as a load of rubbish.
SOME may think he's a load of rubbish, but crazy busker Charlie Cavey coins it in as a singing bin.