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An east Anglian English alternative for 'mind your own business'. Especially used by the older generation - and knitters.
Kevin: "Mate, you are making that pasta all wrong, you add pasta to sauce not sauce to pasta".
Derik: "Kevin, why don't get on with your own knitting unless you want to make dinner".
by TobEyEuz May 19, 2015
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