One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he was not going to stand for any of this carry-on’
fuss, commotion, trouble, bother, upset, agitation, stir, excitement, ado, hurly-burly, palaver, rigmarole
hoo-ha, ballyhoo, song and dance, performance, pantomime, hoopla, rumpus, monkey business, jiggery-pokery
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