it's more fun than a barrel of monkeys

more fun than a barrel of monkeys

Very fun, enjoyable, and funny. I always have a great time when Katie's around—she's more fun than a barrel of monkeys!
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more fun than a barrel of monkeys

 and as much fun as a barrel of monkeys
Cliché a great deal of fun. (Compare this with as funny as a barrel of monkeys.) Roger always makes me laugh! He is as much fun as a barrel of monkeys. The circus was more fun than a barrel of monkeys.
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more fun than a barrel of monkeys

Very amusing or diverting, as in That video game was more fun than a barrel of monkeys. This expression, first recorded in 1895, alludes to the playful behavior of these primates.
See also: barrel, fun, monkey, more, of

it's more fun than a barrel of monkeys

Singular amusement or diversion. This American phrase has been current since about 1920 and alludes to the mischievous playfulness of the primates, perhaps as seen from their circus tricks. A watered-down version of this expression is a barrel of laughs.
See also: barrel, fun, monkey, more, of