One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The truth of the matter; the facts.‘the good guts is you'll have a fabulous time’
- ‘Any good guts about what's going on in Melbourne?’
- ‘I reckon I should have had a chinwag with someone who could give me some good guts before I left.’
- ‘Just givin' yer the good guts, that's all.’
- ‘He hugs his sister and tells her in broad Yorkshire what Australia is all about, the good guts of Elizabeth (town, not Queen).’
- ‘They had got the good guts from an old miner who had lived there once, made his haul, and departed.’
- ‘C'mon don't hold back—give us the good guts, ay?’
- ‘Let me give ya the good guts.’
- ‘Heard the late good guts on the leave?’
- ‘However you go, the good guts is you'll have an abso-bobby-dazzling-lutely time!’
- ‘Got any good guts on replacements?’
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