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a lot of malarkey

Exaggerated, foolish, or untruthful talk; nonsense or falsehoods. Don't believe your grandad's stories, son. It's all a lot of malarkey.
See also: lot, malarkey, of

a bunch of malarkey

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

malark(e)y

(məˈlɑrki)
n. nonsense; flattery. Don’t give me that malarkey!

malarky

verb
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Let's just reel in this poetic justice malarky a little.
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