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Colorful Expressions from San Diego

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If you need a variation on the phrase “son of gun,” there’s always “son of a who cut your hair last.” It’s one of several colorful expressions that a San Diego listener’s great aunt used. Others include “you’re full of old shoes,” and, “stick some mad money in your budge,” in the event that a date goes sour. This is part of a complete episode.

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