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  • interj. A general purpose insult.


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  • “Barbara,” Mrs. Wilkerson asked, “did your mother give you ice cream money today?”

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • MEREDITH: Well, you could have involved me a little more, or at least stuck up for me when your mother decided to launch into her character assassination.

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • Now your boyfriend may not be the ax-wielding monster your mother seems to think he is, but more often than not, her warped view of him wont be related to who he really is.

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • We sang in the Marine Corps Choir and your mother was our soloist.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • “Tell me about the man your mother went off with,” he asked and I described Archie Marlin and how as soon as we left Sewell, I was instructed to start calling him Richard.

    Heart Song

  • “You know your mother will stop you, now that she knows I am a masi.”

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • “You got in because you know English, not because your mother drives a tractor or because your father sits in a Smolny office.”

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Later one of the Guncles would say, You managed to successfully avoid talking to your mother again.

    uncharted terriTORI

  • The trans fat industry used the same shenanigans in its “study” of incredibly healthy tropical oils, actually selling your mother on a better-living-through-chemistry killer that literally embalmed our food and our bodies in a free-radical bath for decades.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • “His little-boy-lost quality has made your mother feel very maternal and protective of him.”



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