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The term is often used when discussing laughter. "fits of laughter"

So to keep in fits would be to continue making someone laugh.

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2mo ago

"Keep in fits" is not a common phrase in English. It could be a typo or a misunderstanding of another phrase. If you provide more context or information, I can try to assist you better.

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