Fun and Lines


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Fun noun – Someone or something that provides amusement or enjoyment.
Lines is an antonym for fun.
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Fun is an antonym for lines in topics: belief, mark, interest, ancestry, row.
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  • Spoonerism In Brazil, particularly terrible puns are known as a "trocadalho do carilho" - something along the lines of "a pucking fun" (though changing the last syllable instead of the first).
    Source: Spoonerism
  • Bilingual Bonus The English lines are all about how much fun it is to carol gaily in fields of snow; the Latin lines are things like "my feet hurt", "it's cold", and "I want to go home".
  • When Elijah competes with the priests of Baal over whose god can light their sacrifice, he makes fun of the other priests using lines similar to this trope.
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