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(Do) you eat with that mouth?

and (Do) you kiss your momma with that mouth?
interrog. Do you actually eat with the mouth you use to talk that filth?; Do you actually use that filthy mouth to kiss your mother? (Said to someone who talks dirty all the time.) That’s a lot of foul talk. Do you eat with that mouth? What did you say? You kiss your mama with that mouth?
See also: eat

Do you kiss your momma with that mouth?

verb
See also: kiss, momma

you kiss your momma with that mouth?

verb
See also: kiss, momma
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I had not imagined many details about the house, other than it would be large and my room as big as the apartment Momma and me shared in Hot Springs.
BIG BUT NOT BEAUTIFUL: Martin Lawrence as Big Momma
My thoughts returned to Aunt Ida, who'd leaned back just like Momma, gathering strength before answering the question I shouldn't have asked.
Ever since Moms left for a Tennessee army base, Momma hugged and kissed me with a fierceness that I knew was meant more for Morris than me.
In the conclusion, Momma reaches out from the tracking of syntactic patterns towards some wider issues.
The kind of unstructured play that mOmma can help foster has been recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics for developing brain and motor skills in children under 2," said Gina Ciagne, contributor to The Huffington Post and Lansinoh's senior director of professional relations.
ABOUT MOMMA C Cassandra "Momma C" Gaines is the soul food guru and author who is all about keeping soul food alive with her best selling book, Momma C Is Soul Food and now with the launch of her new products, Momma C's Soul Food in a Jar.
Martin Lawrence returns as FBI agent Malcolm Turner and his deepcover alter-ego Big Momma.
When Trent gatecrashes an undercover police operation and witnesses gangster Chirkoff (Tony Curran) murder an informant, Malcolm decides to hide Trent at Georgia Girls' School for the Arts by posing as Big Momma and her great niece Charmaine.
Martin Lawrence returns as FBI agent Malcolm Turner and as Turner's deep-cover alter-ego Big Momma, in Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son.
Aged Momma sits alone in her country home, recollecting that she has not seen her wandering boy in quite some time.
Momma Horcheiser says to her unmasked son, Gordon, who then goes to make her breakfast of Pepsi poured over Lucky Charms.
Deftly written by Denise Brennan-Nelson and expertly illustrated by award-winning wildlife artist Michael Glenn Monroe, "Grady The Goose" is a wonderfully entertaining picturebook Also highly recommended for family, school, and community library collections from Sleeping Bear Press are Denise Brennan-Nelson's early books for children including: "Someday Is Not A Day of The Week"; "Penny: The Forgotten Coin"; "My Momma Likes To Say"; and "My Teacher Likes To Say".
In his guise as feisty southern matriarch Hallie Mae Pierce aka Big Momma, Lawrence bounces and wheezes through obvious visual gags: thong-related chafing, slow-motion running in a tightfitting bathing suit, riding a jetski and teaching wannabe cheerleaders how to shake their booty.