no duff
 other.— «L/Cpl Steven Jones, 25—an Army passenger on the plane—yelled, “No duff, no duff, we are on fire, we are on fire,” before communication was lost. “No duff” is a military term used to indicate a real emergency instead of a drill.» —“” by John Coles Sun (United Kingdom) Apr. 2, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. We had a similar expression when I was a teenager in Montreal in the early 1970s. “No guff” meant “I’m not kidding you” or “I’m telling you the truth”.

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