sweet FA

sweet FA

rude slang Nothing. The phrase is a shortening of "sweet Fanny Adams" (a name chosen for its initials) and is a euphemism for "fuck all," which means the same thing. I worked there for 20 years and was dismissed with sweet FA to show for it!
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sweet FˈA

(also less frequent sweet Fanny ˈAdams) (British English, informal) nothing; nothing important: ‘What happened while I was away?’ ‘Sweet FA.’
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'Give the Fans Sweet FA' tells the story of Peter's protest against the football authorities, who he says disrespect normal supporters.
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Thankfully, now that the FBI's on his case, sweet FA is, hopefully, just what he'll get.
IT really is sweet FA for Birmingham City fanatic Paul Guppy - the first member of the public to be tasked with making the coveted Cup competition draw.
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The last government knew this was coming and did sweet FA about it.
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Even the governing body of football in this country is a naughty phrase - and the FA can do sweet FA about it.
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Put yourself in the shoes of small businesses who have to pay you to sit at home doing sweet FA just because you feel justified to have another bank holiday.
Peter Farrell, Author of Give the Fans Sweet FA, Bebington Give us an idea I NOTE Mark Holt once again moaning in the Talkback pages.