Jump down my throat - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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jump down (one's) throat
To yell at or scold one harshly, often unexpectedly. Whoa, don't jump down my throat—I'm just the messenger here. Talk to the boss if you're unhappy with this decision.
jump down somebody’s ˈthroat (informal) react to something that somebody has said or done by suddenly speaking to them angrily: He asked her a very simple question and she jumped down his throat. He couldn’t believe it. ♢ It’s not my fault. Don’t jump down my throat.
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Before some of you jump down my throat
, allow me to share what I mean by a free hand to shape policies.
Now, before you jump down my throat
and accuse me of turning my back on the country of my birth, let me just clarify that a prouder Welshman you will not find.
Now don't jump down my throat
at this point - these were merely the reasons I came up with to explain to myself my reservations with this marketing angle.
Please, before you jump down my throat
, this is not to denigrate Arkle's achievements, merely to suggest that Kauto Star has been unfairly downgraded by comparison.
Q To get back to my first question - and I hope you're not going to jump down my throat
again - in terms of form and entertainment and morale from last season, it can't get any worse.
A PLEASE don't jump down my throat
, but being a step-parent isn't always easy.