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twist one’s cap back

twist one’s cap back
 v. phr.— «I have also had one of my husband’s deranged friends cross the friendship line. I almost whipped a b**ch’s azz for calling my damn house in the middle of the night, thinking she was “slick.” Crazy heifer..turned damn right obsessive over my man, because hers was a putz. Step to him again and see if I don’t twist your cap back.» —“Just a Friend?” by MZ Cane Comments from the Edge (Raleigh, North Carolina) Apr. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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