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sweet Fanny Adams

  (informal) also sweet FA (very informal)
nothing
Usage notes: Fanny Adams and FA are used in this expression to avoid saying fuck-all.
Why's Mark dispensing advice? He knows sweet Fanny Adams about computers! And what did we get for all our hard work? Sweet FA!
See also: Adam, fanny, sweet
References in classic literature ?
Port Adams was now three years and a half away, so he stole a canoe one night, hid on the islets in Manning Straits, passed through the Straits, and began working along the eastern coast of Ysabel, only to be captured, two-thirds of the way along, by the white men on Meringe Lagoon.
He landed at Port Adams with a wealth of rifles and tobacco such as no one man had ever possessed before.
I will be pantaloon, if you like," said Colonel Adams, taking his cigar out of his mouth, and speaking for the first and last time.
There sat Colonel Adams, still unaffectedly dressed as a pantaloon, with the knobbed whalebone nodding above his brow, but with his poor old eyes sad enough to have sobered a Saturnalia.
This is a very painful matter, Father Brown," said Adams.
Nothing of the sort shall be suggested," said Colonel Adams, with a firm look at Fischer, which rather implied that some such thing had been suggested.
Adams died, when no one was in a mood to ask questions.
Adams became the commander of the Provisional IRA in November 1972, a month before Jean McConville disappeared.
With college students, they mostly get full erections," says Adams.
Gerry Adams and Sinn Fein are key participants in this overall strategy.
Adams had an early interest in the arts, specializing in art at the Brentwood Preparatory School.
I have chosen to be very specific about it,'' said Adams, attempting to define Minimalism.
Bunting, Moss Adams chairman and incoming AICPA chairman of the board, and William E.
I cannot accept that we are only good enough to be Toronto's dump," says Belanger, who believes developing the Adams Mine as a landfill sets a dangerous precedent for every abandoned open pit to be converted into a future dumping ground for southern Ontario waste.
Like John Adams, John Hancock was born in the Massachusetts town of Braintree in the section abutting Boston (later called Quincy).