Definition of happy bunny in English:

happy bunny

noun

British
informal
  • A happy, contented person.

    ‘I've been having fun and I'm a happy bunny!’
    ‘Alex had missed his plane—he was not a happy bunny’
    • ‘Today, I'm one happy bunny.’
    • ‘Needless to say, Maria wasn't a happy bunny.’
    • ‘I wasn't a happy bunny when I got home last night!’
    • ‘Harry has every reason to be a happy bunny.’
    • ‘They were all laughing and at this point you could guess that I wasn't a very happy bunny.’
    • ‘They are not happy bunnies, apparently, as photos of their cars were being used without permission.’
    • ‘So we are at the best table at the best restaurant in London, and Winner is one happy bunny.’
    • ‘I have no one else near me so it's quiet and I have all my technology to hand so I'm a happy bunny.’
    • ‘It's going to cost these people between £200 and £400 to put their cars right so, as you can imagine, they are not happy bunnies.’
    • ‘Certainly sounds interesting concept-wise, and if those are actual in-game screenshots then I'm a happy bunny.’
    • ‘I am currently in a cast from my toes to my knee and I'm not a happy bunny!!’
    • ‘Ben has just found out school is cancelled and is a very happy bunny.’
    • ‘Glazer's advisers were not happy bunnies.’
    • ‘Only one in five of his staff appear to be happy bunnies.’
    • ‘By the time we got out of the field it was dark and we were not happy bunnies.’
    • ‘Luckily the place we were staying the night before did a fantastic breakfast so I was a happy bunny on that account.’
    • ‘"The first half I have to admit I was definitely worried, I wasn't a happy bunny at half-time."’
    • ‘As you might imagine, I'm not a happy bunny at the moment.’
    • ‘This may not seem like much but these are the first things I've planted from seed for over 15 years, so I'm a happy bunny.’
    • ‘He lives for his work and, as a result, is not a happy bunny.’