That's what I think of it--and many things besides; but that's nobody's business
"Well, you see, Miss, they were in that far tool-house, an' it was nobody's business
to see to 'em.
Antanas had asked; to which the man had replied that that was nobody's business
, but that he could do what he said.
Besides, he hated lying; if he wanted the money he wanted it, and it was nobody's business
to ask why.
Everything was all right, and it was nobody's business
A stranger died by accident and it was nobody's business
Sometimes of an evening, when I looked up from my writing, and saw her seated opposite, I would lean back in my chair, and think how queer it was that there we were, alone together as a matter of course - nobody's business
any more - all the romance of our engagement put away upon a shelf, to rust - no one to please but one another - one another to please, for life.
We went upstairs--it had been quite a fine house once, when it was anybody's business to keep it clean and fresh, and nobody's business
to smoke in it all day--and into Mr.
But they have not had to explain why because it is nobody's business
They cut through richness like nobody's business
while also bringing salt to the party, which makes them an all-in-one seasoning powerhouse.
On last week's Graham Norton show two young English actors traded sentences full of 'likes' like (used here correctly) nobody's business
. Travelling on a crowded Metro I overheard a young woman talking very precisely as if she had received elocution lessons, but in about five minutes of conversation I heard her say 48 'likes.'.
Duterte earlier slammed PCIJ, saying what he earned outside of politics was nobody's business
It's nobody's business
. Caz will tell his new friends when he's ready.
However, the owner reportedly told one resident "it's nobody's business
" and said he owns the land where it's parked, reportsBristol Live.
"I don't bother nobody, I don't get in nobody's business
," Jean said.