Because being on headfi long enough, certain words have certain connotations. And I've never heard of a "fun" headphone with bloated bass and recessed midrange ever be described as also having clarity, detail, and tonal accuracy. It usually means cloudiness and a muddy colored sound. I wasn't trying to argue against it. Just trying to nail the sound down before I spend 4 bills.
I can't imagine something with muddy mids/highs n/or bloated bass being "fun" at all. A "fun" headphone for me is one with great attack (PRaT), good bass but still retains clarity. And being colored (as vs balanced) doesn't necessarily mean boosting some range to the extend that it bleeds into other range. IMO, fun headphones can be colored and accurate (presenting all there is in a recording) at the same time, just not studio-monitoring accurate if you know what I mean.