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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.

    Women Food and God

  • Then we started walking and looked at each other like what-the-hell and laughed when we felt far enough away.

    And Her Eyes Said Something I Did Not Understand

  • 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.

    Howard Hughes vs. the Murlocs

  • 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.

    CONSUME

  • But there's also an element of pure, inexplicable, what-the-hell bravado.

    In replicas of famous homes, imitation can be the sincerest form of excess

  • It languished in bottom-drawer shame, until I decided what-the-hell and submitted it without revision to Escape Pod.

    Writer’s Block « Stephen Gaskell

  • What if someone who was Islamic, or Buddhist, or Hindu, or what-the-hell ever did such a rude, thoughtless, arrogant thing?

    The Whore's Daughter

  • I think you've got the what-the-hell spirit of the recipe down pat.

    STRAWBERRY TART

  • 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.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • You want expectant silence, but not what-the-hell silence.

    Monday, April 27 – The Bleat.

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