English version

silly season

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsilly seasonˈsilly ˌseason noun   the silly season
Examples from the Corpus
silly seasonThen that silly season when the oil rigs blew like bottles in a crate of excited stout.Those parliamentary gossips still in London enduring the boredom of the silly season waited in happy expectation for the scandal to break.The silly season is upon us.
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