Not a happy bunny!

Today I am ‘not a happy bunny’!

‘happy bunny’ means, a contented person.  When used in the negative context referring to a person who is depressed or miserable. Not happy.  Why?  The Internet was down yet again.  From last night until late this morning.  Aaaagghhh!  The luxuries of living on top of a mountain!

It’s not a phrasal verb, so unless someone tells me otherwise.  It must be an idiom.  It is certainly a noun, describing someone.


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