Fine-Sharp

I’m inventing a new word and I’m calling it fine-sharp. Apparently half the time people say they’re fine what they really mean is that they’re not fine. So every time I say I’m fine I’m going to say I’m fine-sharp, which is to say I’m fine and not not-fine which is not fine-sharp because fine-sharp means fine.

Example:

Larry: “Hey Luke, how are you?”

Luke: “Hey Larry, I’m fine-sharp.”

Larry: “That’s what I like to hear.”

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