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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Author Peter Farrell with his book Give The Fans Sweet FA
So hide away your humbugs and sticky flavoured chew, Bertie Bassett will lose his asset and it's sweet FA for you.
Give the Fans Sweet FA documents his adventure, one which saw him cross paths with some of the biggest names in the game, including Sir Alex Ferguson and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
And that, says Andy, is what the Birmingham Town Hall audience will want - not genuinely heavyweight album tracks such as Set Me Free, Midnight To Daylight, Windy City, Cockroach, Sweet FA and Yesterday's Rain.
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.
The last government knew this was coming and did sweet FA about it.
The not so sweet FA Reading Cardiff City Fined pounds 40,000 Fined pounds 5,000 READING are furious following a Football Association of Wales decision to fine Cardiff City pounds 5,000 following incidents after the controversial Championship match between the clubs in South Wales last month.
There's still sweet FA in terms of food telly thanks to all the sweet FA.
Even the governing body of football in this country is a naughty phrase - and the FA can do sweet FA about it.
Now the Government is to give pounds 5bn towards the pounds 17bn cost of Crossrail which will, according to Ken, create 100,000 jobs in Canary Wharf but do sweet FA for the out of work in the rest of the country whose taxes created the pounds 5bn.
The Apprentice's latest comedy of errors was that old favourite that relies on our parochial heroes knowing sweet FA about London.
Sweet FA, created by Hockley based Two Towers brewery, goes on sale at local watering holes - including Wetherspoons - on [euro]ursday to coincide with the opening ceremony.
Lawton wrote a book called Sweet FA which documented the worst Toon players of the last 25 years.
And, of course, those lovely self-service tills cost them sweet FA.