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have fun vs have a fun

A complete search of the internet has found these results:

have fun is the most popular phrase on the web.

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have fun

290,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Remember to always have fun when Gambling and gamble responsibly.
  • There are new opportunities to have fun with illusion-producing machines.
  • So control your brain overexcited because I want to have fun.
  • You can have fun with paint.
  • So stop feeling guilty and have fun.
  • There was time for you to have fun.
  • The gentleman wants to have fun with the servant.
  • Now go back to the party and have fun.
  • Seriously, baby, I want you to have fun.
  • You can still have fun tonight.
  • I was just starting to have fun.
  • So control your brain overexcited because I want to have fun.
  • All right, well, have fun! Thanks.
  • You are, and we have fun together.
  • Betty, you deserve to have fun more than anybody I know.
  • Girls here are free to have fun.
  • He puts on a dance every Sunday where boys have fun getting young girls drunk.
  • But somehow, we children still managed to have fun.
  • Well, have fun with both your wives.
  • You have fun with my lovers at my expense.

have a fun

113,000,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Have a fun time missing a whole week of school without me.
  • Ladies, I have a fun idea.
  • Come tonight to cabaret, you need to have a fun.
  • Now you go have a fun assassination.
  • I might have a fun little surprise for him when he gets here.
  • And yet, she gets to go out and have a fun afternoon.
  • Thank you, but we already have a fun night in store.
  • They're just girls paying us to have a fun weekend in our apartment.
  • Listen, boys - we are going to have a fun weekend.
  • You won't have a fun time here, tomorrow.
  • I don't know, if I were a betting man, I'd say he will have a fun weekend in Philadelphia.
  • I just wanted Wyatt to have a fun day.
  • I knew I'd have a fun time at home alone with Mom.
  • I don't know, if I were a betting man, I'd say he will have a fun weekend in Philadelphia.
  • Thanks, we have a fun little problem of our own though.
  • We can have a fun, low-key night... Unless I lose.
  • I think we could probably smoke this and have a fun few hours.
  • I might have a little trouble paying the rent this month, but have a fun night.
  • Besides, I think I have a fun and fair way to decide which of the six of us will bring the soda.
  • Get ready to have a fun day, just you and me.

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