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Fine And Dandy ( a polite and cheerful way to say "good" or "well" ... )

"Fine And Dandy"

Fine and dandy is a polite and cheerful way to say you are "good" or "well".

Example: "How are you feeling today, Veronica?" Reply: "Just fine and dandy, thank you."

Example: "Do you kids need anything else to eat." Reply: "No, we're just fine and dandy."

Example: "How is the weather today." Reply: "It is just fine and dandy."

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