nunya


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nunya (business)

slang Short for "none of your (business)," meaning, "Not your place to be concerned or involved with (something)." A: "Hey, I saw you talking to Jack earlier. Are you two going to start dating or something?" B: "Nunya, Sarah." A: "What does nunya mean?" B: "Nunya business, that's what!"
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nunya

(ˈnən jə)
phr. none of your [business]. Nunya. Why do you want to know?
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Nunya is my slang term for none of your business (as in, "that ain't none a ya' business, Cris").
If you get tempted to start worrying, remember, what happens in other people's lives, and your tomorrows, are nunya business anyway!
A simple phase like "none of your business" has been replaced by the word "nunya."
They also must face the issue of whether it is ethical to use political, institutional, or other influences to force Christian behavioral norms, including those of research instruments that allow only responses based upon unique Christian values, upon people of other faiths, no religion, or NUNYAs (none of your business).
(61) See Reeve Robert Brenner, "Nons, Nunyas, Appreciative Inquiry, and the Aged," Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging 21, no.