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No affy weel' and 'Affy no weel'

'No affy weel' and 'Affy no weel', are both terms used to describe one's physical or mental condition. 'No affy weel' is a condition in which the sufferer has a minor complaint, such as a cold, an ache, a pain, or a general feeling of being unwell. In contrast, 'Affy no weel', is a much more serious complaint. People who complain of being 'Affy no weel' are either hypochondriacs, or very unlucky people indeed.




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