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“In my book When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair, I wrote about my Permitter friend Sally, whom I called my what-the-hell friend: No matter how I feel when I arrive at her house I soon find myself thinking, ‘Oh, what the hell.”
“Then we started walking and looked at each other like what-the-hell and laughed when we felt far enough away.”
“When the heat got too much for her (in Alaska, mind you), she tucked her tail between her legs and ran ... or strategically retreated ... or what-the-hell ever.”
“Luckily, in this case, this is less because the story was interesting and more for the "what-the-hell" - ness of hentai, but still, it annoys me.”
“But there's also an element of pure, inexplicable, what-the-hell bravado.”
“It languished in bottom-drawer shame, until I decided what-the-hell and submitted it without revision to Escape Pod.”
“What if someone who was Islamic, or Buddhist, or Hindu, or what-the-hell ever did such a rude, thoughtless, arrogant thing?”
“I think you've got the what-the-hell spirit of the recipe down pat.”
“And Clinton, who had approached her early campaign with the muscular determination of a Clydesdale, seemed to have recovered a bit of the freewheeling what-the-hell attitude that had served her well in New Hampshire.”
“You want expectant silence, but not what-the-hell silence.”
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