Green’s Dictionary of Slang

fuck-all adj.

[fuck all n.]

no, none, very little; as an intensifier.

[US]E. Hemingway letter 12 Jan. in Baker Sel. Letters (1981) 719: Cowley [...] has staked out my whole life of which he knows practically fuck-all nothing.
[Aus](con. 1941) R. Beilby Gunner 48: There were fookall roads which didn’t make much difference because they had fookall transport.
Tracks (Sydney) Aug. 5/2: What I am getting at is that there are fuck-all school based contests in Victoria.
[Ire]S. Connaughton Run of the Country n.p.: ‘Feck all use losing the head,’ said Prunty [BS].
[Ire]P. Howard The Joy (2015) [ebook] The two boys had fuck-all proof and they went away pissed off.
[UK]N. Barlay Hooky Gear 15: We’ll never find it again so theres fuckall point mentionin it.
[UK]J. Fagan Panopticon (2013) 79: Magazines are fuck-all like the stuff online, they’re less hardcore.

In phrases

fuck (all) else (n.)

absolutely nothing, e.g. there’s fuck else to do around here.

[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 316: Friggin’ in the riggin’, / There was fuck-all else to do.
[UK]K. Amis letter 31 Dec. in Leader (2000) 658: The Maida Vale joint (which has a letter-box but practically fuck-all else yet).
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 317: Frigging in the rigging, / Wanking in the planking, / Masturbating in the grating, / ’Cause there’s fuck all else to do.
[Ire]R. Doyle Commitments 5: An’ fuck all else to do all day ’cept prickin’ around with synths.
[UK]J. Cameron It Was An Accident 3: ‘You got a moment?’ ‘Fuck all else.’.
Boland & Bodey Aussiewood (2005) 98: He didn’t like it [i.e. office-work] much but ‘had fuck-all else to do’, he says.