Sarcastic remark used to let somebody know that their promises of fun haven't materialized, and that if this is their idea of fun, then they have a very twisted concept of what "fun" is.
Dad drags his son to a museum, promising that it'll be fun. When they arrive, the son is, unsurprisingly enough, really bored.
Son: (in bored voice) Dad, are we having fun yet?
"Are we having fun yet?" is the most famous quote by bizarre, non-sequitur-spouting comic strip character Zippy the Pinhead.
It was coined in 1979 by cartoonist Bill Griffith as one of the typically strange comments by Zippy, and caught on with the general public.
Guy to co-worker at boring job: "Hey Gus, how's it going?"
The reply, accompanied by eye-rolling and sarcastic tone: "Are we having fun yet?"
an annoying phrase coined by dipshits at convenience stores, offices, or pretty much any place of business
Are we having fun yet?
No, pull your shirt up so the fun can begin