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Bully for you

Posted by Bob on April 09, 2006

In Reply to: Bully for you posted by Keeley on April 09, 2006

: I have frequently heard the phrase "bully for you" meaning sarcastically "good for you" but my boyfriend insists it is not "bully" but rather "bolle for you" and "bolle" pronounced like the sunglasses. Which one is right?

Your boyfriend, you'll be pleased to hear, is dead wrong. So, bully for you. Take a look in our archives for a number of previous discussions. Back up one page, put bully in the Search box.