A word commonly used among friends in the New York City or some East Coast environs expressing the idea that doing a favor for someone is considered a pleasure.
What one says after another thanks you for a kind deed.
A declaration stating that you will have nothing to do with the request another makes.
Hey, I want to thank you for making me look good in front of Tina, you know?
How's it goin'a hurt you? You go in, you tell 'em Tony wants his money, you wait around 'til they give it to you.
A briefly-used moniker for New York City, USA, used around the time of the invasion of Taliban-run Afghanistan after 11 September 2001.
From "fuhgeddaboutit", meaning "no worries, mate", and "-istan", the ending for a certain Muslim states in Asia.
Looking for the official spelling? Forget about it.
Consensus is definitely for "fuhgeddaboudit." But at least 53 different spellings can be found on the web. As of December 2004, here are the top ten...
spelling -- (google hits) -- (nytimes.com hits)
fuhgeddaboudit (82200) (20)
fuggedaboudit (6760) (14)
fuggedaboutit (6040) (4)
fuhgeddaboutit (5770) (35)
fuggetaboutit (3760) (0)
fuhgetaboutit (3430) (2)
fuhgedaboudit (2530) (8)
fahgetaboutit (2470) (0)
fugedaboudit (2240) (0)
fugetaboutit (2010) (0)
a socialist; see hypocrite
Liberals really suck.
One whose actions contradict his words; a liberal
That hypocrite sees no problem with killing unborn babies, but a convicted murderer has rights!
doesn't matter; no big deal; no biggie; no worries. A 19th century American southern corruption of the German phrase, "Machts nichst," meaning (lit.) "It makes nothing," or more idiomatically, "It doesn't matter."
"Hey Keri, I'm sorry I spelled your name wrong."
"You couldn't have known...nox-nix!"