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English citations of bitch

  • 1913, D. H. Lawrence, Sons and Lovers, I. iv. 60:
    'Look at the children, you nasty little bitch!' he sneered.
  • 1959, Burroughs, William S., Naked Lunch, page 70:
    Hassan: "You cheap Factualist bitch! Go and never darken my rumpus room again!"
  • 1999 September 23, Chris Sheridan, “Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater”, in Family Guy, season 2, episode 1, Fox, , “This House Is Freakin’ Sweet” (song):
    Now that you're stinking rich, we'd gladly be your bitch.
  • 2006 August 8, Cho, Margaret, “Bitchfest: Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine”, in Lisa Miya-Jervis, Andi Zeisler, editors,(Please provide the book title or journal name), New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, →ISBN, page xv:
    Whenever anyone has called me a bitch, I have taken it as a compliment. To me, a bitch is assertive, unapologetic, demanding, intimidating, intelligent, fiercely protective, in control–all very positive attributes. But it’s not supposed to be a compliment, because there’s that old, stupid double standard: When men are aggressive and dominant, they are admired, but when a woman possesses those same qualities, she is dismissed and called a bitch.
  • 2012 June 25, Lupe Fiasco (music), “Bitch Bad”‎[1], performed by Lupe Fiasco:
    Sure enough, in this little world / The little boy meets one of those little girls / And he thinks she a bad bitch and she thinks she a bad bitch / He thinks disrespectfully, she thinks of that sexually.

French citations of bitch

  • 2006, Diam's (music), “Jeune Demoiselle”, in Dans ma bulle:
    Mon mec sait prendre des risques et ne regarde pas les bitch
    My man knows how to take risks and doesn't look at bitches