Happy Bunny, a

Meaning of Idiom ‘A Happy Bunny’

A happy bunny is someone who is happy, satisfied, and or content.


This idiom is often, but not always, used in the negative, as in “not a happy bunny.”

Examples Of Use

“The electricity was off for two days. Most of my food spoiled. I was not a happy bunny.”

“I hope we have a lot of happy bunnies on our first full day of camp,” said the counseller.

“I heard you had to endure that employee getaway again,” said Sheila. “Yes and believe me I was no happy bunny!” replied Clint.


Origin unclear.  Used since at least the first half of the 1900s.

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