Passive agreement, in the form of a musical double “yeah”. The “no” is short for “ano”, and the “jo” is the colloquially spoken (but rarely written) “yeah”. This term is especially useful when in the pub enjoying a beer, and being addressed by a bore. One may simply nod at one’s beer, and hum out “no jo” to fill in the appropriate gap in your drinking fellow’s diatribe, anectdote, or confession. This allows the speaker to appear attentive and sympathetic, without active listening.
A dnes, mimořádně, dvě Fredotéky. Jedna běžná a jedna (z)dramatizovaná.