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  1. Banned
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    #1

    Don't fuss!

    Parent A: I heard John has a new girlfriend now.
    Parent B: Really? He just broke up with his ex-girlfriend the day before yesterday.
    Parent A: Please, don' t fuss! He is a lady-killer.

    Is the the usage of "don't fuss" correct above?If not, please help me correct it. Thank you!

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    Re: Don't fuss!

    No, it's not correct. You could say "don't be surprised".

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