My father has been in an excellent mood since reading my last post, and over the phone from work just now, he shouted to me “C’est tout bon!” To which I answered “Mr. All Good.” Then we laughed like drunk hyenas.
You see, there was a French minister of culture called Monsieur Toubon who created a controversial law listing thousands of French expressions that must be used in place of their English equivalents in all advertising, radio, and TV broadcasting. Being that his name sounds exactly like the French expression for “all good,” his opponents took to calling him.... MR. ALL GOOD. Get it? GET IT!