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    Hunky dory?

    In a film a man comes into a room and asks "All [ai ti tai ti]?" No idea how to spell it, probably means something like "hunky dory". Could anyone help?

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    Re: Hunky dory?

    Quote Originally Posted by english-kazan View Post
    In a film a man comes into a room and asks "All [ai ti tai ti]?" No idea how to spell it, probably means something like "hunky dory". Could anyone help?
    I've met 'All righty-tighty' in this sense - are you sure it's not that?

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    Re: Hunky dory?

    sounds perfect, thanks.

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