Full of Beans
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Full of Beans


The phrase ‘full of beans’ is used to say when someone is always full of  vigor or merriness.

Example in use:When he heard the news on the radio, Phillip was absolutely full of beans.”

Interesting fact

This phrase started out in the 14th century as “Full as Prunes” but then was changed to beans.