My mother wasn’t one hundred percent on board.
Is this a proverb?
The full text is:
“Yes, we did argue that night, but it was nothing serious. Just a bit of tension, wedding jitters, you know? She was finding it stressful.” “She was finding what stressful, exactly?” “The wedding preparations. Dealing with my family. They can be a bit . . . difficult. Intimidating.” “Your family wasn’t happy about the wedding?” “I wouldn’t say that, exactly.” He looks away. “My mother wasn’t one hundred percent on board, but I loved Dana. And she knew I was going to marry her.”