I often find myself in need of a short expression, to emphasize that what I just wrote (not quoted) is actually true. In cases of paradoxes or illogical truths for instance, like The Monty Hall ...
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How would you say in short that this question or point is no longer actual and you did not think about it. Something like "out of the agenda?"
Example: It's all about apples, oranges, bananas, etc. VS. It's all about apples, oranges, bananas, etc..
This is an abbreviation of 'breakfast' that I have found myself paying extra attention to recently. In fact I have even heard my mother use it on a regular basis. Is this common in modern spoken ...