(In case you missed the discussion of "guys," I mean the group as a whole - men, women, children. . . )
Personally, I like "happy as Larry." Maybe I can get it started over here.
Thanks again, guys!
Thanks Khoff for explaining the clam thing - it makes a lot more sense now!
"Happy as a pig in slop" is a common version as well.
"Happy as a kid in a candy store"
"Happy as a midget at a miniskirt convention"
"Happy as a tick on a dog's tail"
abbie1948"happy as a pig in muck"
That's familiar in the UK. Sometimes the final word is replaced with mud.
abbie1948(and there is a slightly coarser version as well)
The final word in that version is a swear word that begins with s.
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