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The Lounge>What are the Catchphrases you heard as a kid growing up from parents or grandparents?
ROYC75 04:35 AM 08-19-2019
I would here this a lot, "Cats fur, to make a pair of kitten britches"!

Sometimes I heard this, "I'm happy as a clam in high water".
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scho63 11:26 AM 08-21-2019
"You don't know shit from shinola"

"Just because your head comes to a point doesn't make you sharp."

"OK there's the big windup and sales pitch, so what do you really want?"
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Renegade 12:05 PM 08-21-2019
"Finer than a Frog's Hair"

"Middlen' to Fair, Fair to Middlen'"

"6 of one, half a dozen of another"
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srvy 12:08 PM 08-21-2019
My mom favorites.

Goodness gracious sakes alive.

It will all come out in the wash.

Watchout Bill that guys driving like he is three sheets to the wind.

They are living high on the hog.

Whoopsy daisy.

Hold your horses

Likety split

Madder than a wet hen.

Dont go get'n above your raising.

Come hell or high water.
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srvy 12:23 PM 08-21-2019
My Dads favorites

Hurry up we're burning daylight.

I'm better off talking to that fencepost.

Ready to Skedaddle?

I'm plum tuckered out.

Worn the slap out.

Quit your lollygagging and get back to work.

Quit yer belly aching.

Straighten up and fly right son.
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Boise_Chief 12:45 PM 08-21-2019
All I want to see is assholes and elbows. (Get to work)
Don't go at it like you're killin snakes. (Slow down while working)
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Oxford 01:29 PM 08-21-2019
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Grandpa always used to say (put-in-eer) I have no idea how youd spell that. Anyway, it was some sort of unit of measure that translates to almost or close.

Anyway, Im pretty sure hes the only guy on the planet that said it.
NO I think it's "PURT-NEER" as in pretty near. My mothers was "In or out make up your mind" and "shut the door all the A/C is going out" and "Hell's Bells" to which I replied "ding-dong, ding-dong". The latter never turned out well.
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Easy 6 01:50 PM 08-21-2019
Originally Posted by tmax63:
Giving something "a lick and a promise". Didn't realize what it meant until I did it the first time so to speak.
We use that one at work all the time, as in just a quickie fix
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Buehler445 01:53 PM 08-21-2019
One that my uncle always used to say that made me laugh every time was,

“It’s hotter than a whore on dollar day”

:-)
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Megbert 02:49 PM 08-21-2019
Hornier than a 3 peckered hoot owl.

I wouldn't shit you, you're my favorite turd.



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displacedinMN 04:10 PM 08-21-2019
My God....the Dinner/Supper thing. Mom would get SO MAD.

Grandpa would start a sentence by saying "I Say" Ranks up there with people that start sentences with "I mean" What do you mean-you have not said anything yet.
Then people type " I mean" at the beginning of a sentence. Ugh.
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Al Bundy 05:03 PM 08-21-2019
My mom called a cop "Fucko". That's where I got that, and my best friends older brother would tell us he was going to "knock your dick in the dirt."
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007 09:45 PM 08-21-2019
Stay away from that town. Its a meat market.
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Delaney37 05:21 AM 08-22-2019
Grandpa was an Oklahoma wheat/beef farmer. Couple he said a lot were "drier than a popcorn's fart" referring to spring seasons with very little to no rain.

Grandma: "Where's Tank?"
Grandpa: "I don't know. SOB up and disappeared like a fart in the wind again."

Tank was his 2,000lb. Red Angus bull that learned how to open the gate on his pen and no matter what my grandpa did Tank would figure out how to open the gate.
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rabblerouser 05:41 AM 08-22-2019
'Come here, so I can slap you.' - my stepmother

'I'm going to beat your ass.' - my dad
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Raiderhader 11:10 AM 08-24-2019
Just thought of another one of dads favorites -

What does that have to do with the price of butter in Moscow?
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