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“The usual whining, back-talk, inter-sibling bickering and atrocious table manners ensued.”
“Big Mama had been a tough woman, tall and quick to slap any kid dumb enough to back-talk her, but she had always been merry, too, and full of funny, inappropriate stories.”
“I admit that I lean toward an unmovable line in the sand when it comes to things like getting homework done, the very little amount of back-talk I'm willing to put up with and when lights must be off at bedtime.”
“JULIE: The only thing I need to cut down on is your back-talk, woman!”
“Then all you have to deal with is opinionated pre-teens and back-talk.”
“While kids certainly act out and say lots of harsh things to parents, their back-talk and swearing are not really rebellious behavior of the kind from earlier periods.”
“True, while a tad heavy, this reel is seemingly indestructable, and aside from this roadside test, we can vouch for the fact that it has caught thousands of trout on three continents without much back-talk.”
“He said, Don't give me no back-talk, punk, just clean out your desk or I'll call security.”
“As far as premiers are concerned, and irrespective of their individual political party, being prime minister means your job as prime minister is to be: 1. the scapegoat for everything wrong with the country; and 2. the source of endless cash to be transferred to the premiers' bank accounts without strings and with as little back-talk as possible.”
“Plus, making enough money to provide food, shelter and coveted designer jeans; changing diapers or finding someone else who will; and surviving 100 years of back-talk.”
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