[Ads-l] sad on you

Brian Hitchcock brianhi at SKECHERS.COM
Mon Nov 23 19:25:36 UTC 2015

In my wife's family (and thus in our family; i.e., to our kids) we often used the phrasing 
	Good on you!
Meaning "good job-you did that well".
My wife's maternal grandfather was a Danish immigrant and Idaho farmer; it may have come from him.
I have no idea how common this was elsewhere. 

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