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talk out (the side of) one’s neck

talk out (the side of) one’s neck
 v. phr.— «Fuhrman is a creature who seems invented to indict the Juice and engineer his acquittal. He’s a two-headed-talking-out-the-side-of-his-neck beast of the apocalypse, who brought new formations of knowledge and power to the table.» —“Bigger’s Got Bank” by Greg Tate Village Voice (New York City) Oct. 17, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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