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happy bunny

Someone who is happy or content. Often used in the negative to indicate someone who is particularly unhappy, irritable, or displeased. I just got a raise, so I'm a happy bunny today. I could tell the producer was not a happy bunny after Jake used such inflammatory language on the air. She was not a happy bunny after her work permit application was denied.
See also: bunny, happy
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(not) a ˌhappy ˈbunny

(British English) (American English (not) a ˌhappy ˈcamper) (informal) (not) pleased about a situation: Ailsa has caught a cold and is not a happy bunny.We must make sure that our existing clients are happy campers.
See also: bunny, happy
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Opening for business on May 1, anyone interested should call 0844 493 242 for bookings, or visit www.nts.org.uk Make the kids happy bunnies this Easter on a PGL activity break.
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