Worthless; useless (1863+)
- Not worth a plugged nickel
adjective phrase Valueless: His word isn’t worth a plugged nickel [1940s+; a plugged coin was counterfeit or had an insertion of inferior metal]
- No two ways about it
adverb phrase Clearly; definitely; sure as shit: No two ways about it, this guy is nuts (1818+) No room for difference of opinion, no alternative, as in We have to agree on the nomination, and no two ways about it. [ Early 1800s ]
- Not wrapped tight
adjective phrase Crazy; eccentric; not all there, not buttoned up too tightly: Your father was not wrapped real tight. His loaf was missing several slices/ Some MEs, who weren’t wrapped too tightly to begin with [1968+; fr the image of something wrapped neatly without loose ends, spillage, etc]
[nwah-di-boo] /ˌnwɑ dɪˈbu/ noun 1. a seaport in SW Mauritania.