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What does AWTF stand for?

AWTF stands for Away with the Fairies (slang used on patient notes for confused patients)

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It was Jean who offered the sole bit of sensible advice as the Moons pondered Little Tommy's lack of sleep: "A scented candle and a good story and he'll be away with the fairies," she said.
Constantly making adjustments to his swing, Harrington also has a new putting routine this term, explaining: "The first putt of the day I was away with the fairies, but I made the most out of the round - another day that would have been 69.
ROUND 5: Away with the fairies, (see questions from the quiz) ROUND 6: UK cities.
00pm MYSTERY girl Effy has a lot to deal with - her family home is in disarray while her dad (Harry Enfield) is working abroad, her mum (Morwenna Banks) is away with the fairies, and Tony is moping after Michelle.
Usually we're away with the fairies long before half-time, blanking out the drab fare on offer.