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Explanation: To be honest, I haven't heard the phrase before (it literally means 'dear magic'). But I would guess it isn't as harsh as 'For God's sake' - more along the lines of 'Heaven's above' or 'Hell's Bells' or 'My Sainted Aunt' etc, etc.
However, it's the gist that matters, and I think you've got it. Salt and Honey, I presume?
niczav South Africa Local time: 19:49 Native speaker of: English
10 hrs confidence: peer agreement (net): +4
Explanation: The second word is actually 'maggies' with two g's.
Mariènne Botha Local time: 19:49 Native speaker of: Afrikaans, English PRO pts in category: 4