damily

whole fam damily

Everyone in one's family. A playful and deliberate misstatement of "whole damn family." Wow, your whole fam damily showed up to the school recital! Sure, bring the whole fam damily—why not?
See also: damily, fam, whole

the whole fam damily

(...ˈfæm ˈdæmli)
n. the entire family. (A deliberate spoonerism for whole damn family.) The whole fam damily has had this virus. Yuck!
See also: damily, fam, whole
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The crowds were entertained by a range of other acts including Ghanian highlife legend Pat Thomas and Kwashibu Area Band, Kora musician Sona Jobarteh, pioneers of Tsapiky music Damily, Haitian artist Wesli and up-and-coming Tanzanian street rumba group, Ifa Band.
Elsewhere on the bill, there is a rare chance to see Damily, from the Malagasy Republic, whose journey to Liverpool will include a 1000km trip to their capital city, Antananarivo.
The Fang damily, led by its patriarch John Fang, the brother's father, also is considered politically powerful.
Also playing are pioneers of Tsapiky music Damily, MOBO award-winner Akala, Belgian rapper Baloji, Cape Verde artist Bilan and Jamaican songwriter and producer Randy Valentine and up-and-coming Tanzanian street rumba group, Ifa Band.
On Saturday, acts include Ghanaian highlife legend Pat Thomas and Kwashibu Area Band, Kora musician Sona Jobarteh, pioneers of Tsapiky music Damily, Haitian artist Wesli and up-and-coming Tanzanian street rumba group, Ifa Band.