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talk out (the side of) one’s neck

talk out (the side of) one’s neck
 v. phr.— «Nine-Lives, he started talking out the side of his neck about how Manny was moving out of crack and into dope. He never could stop running his mouth about how much money he was going to be making.» —by Laurence Fishburne Riff Raff , 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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