fools paradise


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fool's′ par′adise


n.
a state of illusory happiness.
[1425–75]
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Circus entertainers Fools Paradise will perform a family show on Saturday and Sunday.
He further said that having expectations from this government is like living in fools paradise.
There is a Phoenix Stage offering live music, a Rhythm Tent devoted to everything from jazz to African drumming, top performers in Fools Paradise and a chance to learn about the environment and crafts in Greenspace.
To another query, he said that the people, who were making statements regarding application of the Article-6 of the Constitution, were living in the fools paradise, as if they were sincere to their cause they would have done something in the last two years.
A whole host of clowns, comics, magicians, musicians, stiltwalkers, escapologists and acrobats will be taking the festival's Fools Paradise cabaret tent to new heights.
He said those who were involved in conspiracies against PPP are living in fools paradise adding that PPPs policy of reconciliation should not be considered its weakness.
The Lives and Times history tent, the Rhythm tent and the Fools Paradise tent were particularly popular.