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If  you’re wondering where we got the term:

Bob’s your uncle is an expression of unknown origin, commonly used in Britain and Commonwealth nations. Typically, someone says it to conclude a set of simple instructions to mean, “And there you have it”, “You’re all set”, or “You’re good to go”. Example: “Put the cake in the fridge and Bob’s your uncle”.

 

 

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