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- (pejorative, US, Britain, slang) A general purpose insult, often used to comedic effect due to becoming stale.
- Conrad: I am not sure if this phrase is commonly used...
- Dominic: Your mom is commonly used.
- 2004, Napoleon Dynamite
- Deb: Well, isn't anyone else here trying to earn money for college?
- Kip: Your mom goes to college.
a general purpose insult
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