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A Bed Of Roses ( a situation that feels comfortable and easy ... )

"A Bed Of Roses"

A situation which is easy and comfortable is like a bed of roses.

Example: "Working here is no bed of roses."

To remind us that situations are not always easy and comfortable, people might remind us that it is "not a bed of roses."

Example: "Do you think that living with you is a bed of roses?"

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