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Pure-T Mommicked

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Lori from Swansboro, North Carolina, wonders about pure-T mommicked, which in many parts of the South and South Midlands means “confused.” Its sense of “harrass, tease, impose upon” is particularly common in North Carolina. It apparently derives from the verb mammock, meaning to tear into pieces, actually shows up in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus. The pure-T is a variant of pure-D, a euphemism for pure damned. This is part of a complete episode.

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