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I am about to take an assesment for responsible service of alcohol licence. There is a video question and I need to tell someone to leave in that video.

Once I saw a scene in The Simpsons and there was an expression like;

Good evening sir. Would you please leave without a fuss, right now?

Is it common usage? Is using the without a fuss clause perceived as offensive?

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It means that the person telling the other person to leave expects the person to make a fuss when told to leave, because he has done so before maybe? Depends on the person if they perceive it as offensive I should think.

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